Stories about life and insurance
In this episode of Real Life, we kick off our Life Foundation interview series by talking to Shane LaBarge about how he lost his father while starting college.
Stories to get your life covered
Getting divorced is hard enough as it is. Luckily, with the help of a good agent, managing your life insurance beneficiaries after the split can be simple.
Having a history of anaphylaxis does not mean you can’t be approved for life insurance. In this post, we explain how anaphylaxis can affect your life insurance rates.
Having a group life insurance plan though your employer is a great benefit, but is it enough coverage? Here we explain why owning an individual life insurance policy in addition to a group plan is ideal.
Stories that make life worth living
If you’re thinking of retiring abroad as an expat, we’ll help you plan how to buy term life insurance before you move to the foreign country of your dreams.
There is no one perfect way to console a grieving friend who has lost a loved one, but here are some tips you may find helpful.
Healthy kids make for healthy adults and childhood is the best time to instill healthy eating habits. Here we share some tips on how you can help your child make good eating decisions.
Stories to enjoy an abundant life
Money is the number one cause of arguments between couples. How do you and your partner split expenses? Here we discuss three common methods.
Preschool isn’t too soon to start with the basics. Here we offer some ideas, based on age, of ways to teach your children about money.
Heading to college? While college life should be fun, it’s also time to start adulting. In this post, we share money tips that every college student should know.
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Life insurance advice & company reviews
Is U.S. Life a good life insurance fit for you? Listen to our review by watching this video or read the transcript.
Is United of Omaha a good life insurance fit for you? Listen to our review by watching this video or read the transcript.
Is SBLI a good life insurance fit for you? Listen to our review by watching this video or read the transcript.
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From our company to you
April 2019’s Quotacy newsletter talks taxes, travel, turning a profit, and trying to melt snowmen with a flamethrower.
We’ve all got financial problems to solve this month. Piles of debt? Taking care of your parents? Talking money with your partner? We’ll help you out.
If you’ve got kids, you know that your habits can rub off on them, even if you don’t know it. This month’s newsletter features a list of things they’re picking up on.
Inspirational stories about giving back
This year for Christmas, Team Quotacy donated to Heifer International, a charity with a mission to end world hunger.
Using your passions to make a difference and help children in need.
Our small team helped pack over 1600 pounds of food in one evening. Donating a few hours from your day can make such a big impact.