Should You Rely on Employer Life Insurance?

Life Insurance Through Work: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Life Insurance: Faster, Easier, Better

Most of today’s to-do lists can be done on your phone or your laptop, whether its shopping for groceries, or booking your next vacation. Now it’s time to buy life insurance online too.

Insurance for Life’s Price Tag

Life insurance many not be high on your list of financial priorities, but it can provide for life’s price tag should your family need it.

Where can you skimp and save a bunch on auto insurance?

Looking to save on auto insurance?  Whether you’re reviewing your current policy or purchasing a new one, choosing your coverage carefully can save you a bundle.

Does Your Car’s Color Impact Insurance Premiums?

Will your red car cost you more to insure? Not at all.  Red, black or white – it makes no difference.  In most cases, your insurance company doesn’t even know what color car you drive.

Group Coverage May Not Be Enough

You may have a group disability plan through your employer, but is it enough?

The Benefits of Group Coverage

Group coverage can benefit you, your business, and your employees.  However, navigating the complex health care system has become increasingly difficult, complicated, and downright frustrating.  So, is it worth it?  We think so, and here... Read More

Identity Theft and Taxes: What to Expect

​Tax season can fill many of us with fears and anxieties. Thanks to large data breaches in 2017, individuals can now add a new worry to their tax process

What’s the Deal with Accidental Death Insurance?

Accidental Death (AD) insurance is similar to Life insurance. But it shouldn’t take the place of Life insurance. It can supplement your Life insurance.

How Much Life Insurance Do You Really Need?

While nearly 9 in 10 consumers agree that most people need life insurance, only 1 in 3 Americans have adequate coverage. 

Is Free Life Insurance Through Your Company Enough?

Why would anyone do that? Here’s one main reason: when what you’re getting for free just isn’t quite enough.

The Dangers of Co-Signed Student Loan Debt

According to the CFPB, over 90% of student loans are co-signed. If you’re like millions of young Americans with co-signed student loans—or if you are a co-signer— consider what would happen to that debt if... Read More

A Solution to Small Business Group Benefits

Building a successful business is hard work. Finding affordable, quality health insurance shouldn’t have to be.

Open Enrollment: What are your options?

It’s a confusing time for health care coverage in this country, and things seem to change every day. Open Enrollment starts in November, but what is it, exactly? And who is it for? Here are... Read More

Death by Selfie…and Other Weird Ways to Die

Two things in life are certain: death and taxes. We can handle taxes (or hire an accountant). But death? It’s the ultimate mystery… How will it happen? More importantly, how will it happen TO ME?

A Burden Relieved

A close-knit Italian family deals with a family member’s health issues.

Long Term Care – The Women’s Issue That Affects Everyone

Women face significant challenges as they age. Their longer lifespans translate into higher rates of disability as they spend more time fending off chronic health problems. Worse, nearly three-quarters of women 75 and older face... Read More

How Much is Peace of Mind Worth?

Helen and Vern were high school sweethearts, but that’s just the beginning of their story.

Six Tips to Help You Save on Long Term Care Insurance

Long Term care insurance can protect you and your family from the financial burden of caring for a loved one, but it can be pricey. The good news is there are options to keep costs... Read More

Is Pet Insurance Really Worth It?

Every six seconds, a pet parent is faced with a vet bill over $3,000.1 We want the best for our pets, but when injuries and illnesses happen, unexpected treatment costs can quickly add up -... Read More

The Real Costs of Owning a Pet

Yes, those fur-babies sure are cute. But how expensive could a tiny ball of fluff really be?

Seven Reasons You Just Might Want to Consider Travel Insurance

Lots of people aren’t keen to spend extra money to cover travel plans, and with good reason: it’s not always necessary. It can be difficult to decide if it’s a good idea to purchase travel... Read More

Terrorism, Disease, and Natural Disasters… Should You Really Travel in 2017?

2016 was a difficult year for travelers as countless events impacted the health and safety of people all over the world. So, should you be concerned about traveling in 2017?

Traveler’s Safety Checklist

Vacations are for reducing stress, not adding to it. When you’re venturing into the great unknown, follow these 10 safety tips to protect yourself and ensure a happy and secure journey:

Giving a Family What It Needed

The Wachtel family was always there for each other when it mattered.

Securing the American Dream

Siblings Nancy and Jimmy tell the story of their parents’ love – and good planning.