In this post, we discuss what it means to have a health insurance plan with minimum essential coverage. If you did not have a qualifying health insurance plan in 2016, you may have to pay a penalty when you file your taxes.
On average, Americans are living longer; however, living longer accumulates expenses. Here we share tips on staying healthy in old age and financially preparing for your retirement years.
Disability insurance provides funds when an illness or accident prevents you from being able to work for a long period of time. Here we explain why DI is so beneficial and how it is underwritten.
Life doesn’t always go as planned. In this post, we discuss some common financial challenges that revolve around family: children, divorce, and the sandwich generation.
Life throws you curveballs. In this post, we discuss some common “belief versus reality” life situations and what you can do to plan for the unexpected.
If you own a life insurance policy, it’s important to check up on it every year. We’ll tell you a few of the things you should consider during your annual review.