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Tips for Your Retirement & Money

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Tips for Your Retirement & Money

As you approach retirement, it is important that you have a plan set in place as to not be caught off guard when the time comes. 

Retirement is a stage in life to which we all look forward. In a somewhat doleful manner, it is, in a way, the thing we basically work all our lives to achieve. No matter your profession, it’s important that you plan your retirement in order to prepare for what’s to come next and to transition you into this stage without any complications. Here are a few tips for […]

New Year’s Day Activities

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New Year's Day Activities

While the hangover from New Year’s Day may affect you in the morning, your kids may be up for doing something fun and exciting! 

While we are sure you will have had a blast on New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day is still a great day for you and your family to do something fun. You have the option of going our or staying in and spend some quality family time.

Staying In

Movie Marathon – Whether it be Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings or any other […]

Living Close to a Fault Without Earthquake Insurance Will Put You at Fault

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Living Close to a Fault without Earthquake Insurance Will Put You at Fault

When you are living near a fault line without earthquake insurance, your homeowners insurance won’t cover a thing.

Many people believe that their homeowners insurance policy will kick in if their home suffers damage caused by an earthquake. The same goes for flood insurance: many people falsely believe their home insurance will cover damages. But unlike flood insurance, neither the federal government nor your insurer requires you to carry earthquake insurance. It’s also worth noting that every state has had a record of earthquakes. It’s common knowledge that the west coast lies on […]

How To: Plan Long-term Care

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How To: Plan Long-term Care

How to prepare for long-term care.

Long-term care (LTC) umbrellas over any personal assistance that you need to maintain your quality of life as you get older. 7 out of 10 Americans over the age of 65 need LTC at some point in their lives, and as much as you may think that you’re the exception, statistics doesn’t lean towards fairness. There are some misconceptions about LTC, like how it only covers nursing home expenses—when, in fact, half of all LTC services are provided at the home.
Common Misconceptions Cleared […]