In this week’s Focus on YOUR Money, we covered the dangers of identity theft. Here’s everything you need to know in five common questions: Why would somebody steal my identity? People live a good portion of their lives online now, and thieves have adapted accordingly. These criminals can now find identifying information online like your…Read More
COVID-19 has changed our world dramatically over the past few weeks, altering lifestyles and sparking many to take action. People are quickly buying toilet paper, soap, food—even life insurance. The latter, at least, is a great idea. With only 57% of Americans owning life insurance in 2019, many families should be getting covered as soon…Read More
With market volatility and growing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, people aren’t just hoarding toilet paper and hand sanitizer, they are also buying life insurance in record numbers. The need for life insurance has suddenly become clear to Americans and the insurance industry is here to help. Here are a few updates on the insurance…Read More
In these times of market volatility, your clients should know how fixed indexed insurance products can protect the cash value in their policies during market downturns. Indexed insurance products, like certain Indexed Universal Life insurance policies (IULs), do not directly participate in any stock or equity investments—instead, they use an indexing method to credit interest…Read More
We may think it only applies to freelancers and hourly employees, but time tracking for entrepreneurs is also essential. Our time is our most valuable commodity, and the more successful you get, the scarcer it becomes. Ideally, everything you do should get you closer to the life you want to be living. We all know…Read More
Many people don't understand what a credit score is. These tips will show you how to improve your credit score, as well as how it is calculated.
When you practice budgeting, you get to be in charge of exactly where your money goes. Sometimes, we can forget the true value of every dollar—that each one was earned with a specific amount of our time. When we see our paycheck come in, we feel flush with opportunity and we can lose sight of…Read More