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A Simple Guide to Disability Insurance in 2020

The following blog is a a guest post from our friends at Breeze, an online disability insurance provider. A Simple Guide to Disability Insurance in 2020 Insurance is an essential component of any sound financial plan. Health, life, home, and auto insurance are probably the main types of coverage that come to mind.  Once you

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The Sandwich Generation’s Guide to Managing Stress and Finances

Caring for aging parents and young children can be extremely rewarding, but the act itself can be challenging — especially when caring for both at once. As life expectancy increases and millennials struggle to achieve financial independence from their parents, an increasing number of middle-aged individuals find themselves in the difficult situation of having to

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Freelance or Full-Time Job: Which Option is Better for Your Financial Life?

Freelance work has been on the rise. About 57 million Americans freelanced in 2019, and that number is 4 million higher than just five years ago. The appeal? Work from home in your pajamas and log on whenever you feel like it. However, anyone who has ever freelanced before knows that isn’t the whole truth.

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Easy Ways To Teach Your Children About Finance and Insurance

The earlier a child starts learning about managing money, the better they will be at it when they are older. Unfortunately, many people do not start learning about personal finance until well into their adulthood, often after they’ve made lasting financial mistakes But there are many ways to teach your kids about personal finance as

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Investing And Saving For Young Investors – How To Manage It

You’ve heard of the saying: the early bird gets the worm. This is also true when it comes to investing because if you start early, you have a better chance of success. Compound interest becomes your friend because it can help your money grow exponentially. So, if you start investing in your 20s instead of

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Estate Planning for Millennials: Your Ultimate Guide

Nearly everyone’s heard of an estate plan or will, yet only 40% of people have a will or living trust. While many think of estate plans as something you need later in life, every adult should strive to have one, no matter their age. But what about people in their twenties and thirties? Your finances

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End of Life Conversation Starters for Newlyweds

As newlyweds, you’ve tackled the hard part of planning a wedding, but what’s next for you two? It’s now time to plan what you want your life to look like together, whether it’s starting a family or making a big move. By planning for both the ups and downs ahead, you prepare for anything life

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Regular Money Dates Create Happier Relationships

Dim the lights. Pop the champagne. Pick up a bouquet of your partner’s favorite flowers, or perhaps a box of chocolates. You’re all ready for a nice hot…money conversation?  Yup, that’s right, we’re talking about a money date – a fun, romantic evening where you discuss the important topic of money management together. If you

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How to Leave a Lasting Legacy

What does it mean to leave a legacy? In simple terms, a legacy is passed from one generation to the next and often refers to gifts of money or property. However, leaving a personal legacy involves more than the financial assets you bestow on the younger generation. A lasting legacy is all about the actions