Do New Moms Need Life Insurance?

Mark Burback | Children | 3 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

Do new moms need life insurance coverage?   It’s a question that is on many young mother’s minds. After all, there seems to be quite a lot of conflicting information. Some sources cite that life insurance isn’t necessary or cost-effective for young mothers while others argue quite the contrary. The question then becomes, is life […]

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The Health Risk Overweight Children May Face Later in Life

Ross Quade | Children | 27 Oct, 2015 | No Comments

  Overweight adolescents and children have a significantly heightened chance of becoming obese adults. Weight gain is a hard cycle to break. Eating an unhealthy diet and leading a sedentary lifestyle are two causes of the three most common death causes in adults: cardiovascular disease, stroke, and cancer. Unfortunately, the rising rate of obesity indicates […]

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Life Insurance Tips for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Ross Quade | Children | 13 Oct, 2015 | No Comments

There are many grandparents in the United States that have taken the responsibility of raising their grandchildren. One survey by AARP found that 11 percent of grandparents in the United States were looking after at least one of their grandchildren on a full-time basis. This figure increases to 13 percent for Latinos and 19 percent […]

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The Worst Financial Mistakes Young Parents Make

Ross Quade | Children | 15 Sep, 2015 | No Comments

  Every loving mother and father, no matter how young they are, aspires to be excellent parents and provide adequately for their children. They want their kids to grow up to be fruitful and happy. However, ensuring your kids’ success takes more than just wishful thinking, it takes some sturdy financial planning. Even when you […]

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What You Need To Know When It Comes To Life Insurance For Young Children

Mark Burback | Children, Death, Insurance, Life Insurance | 3 Sep, 2015 | No Comments

If you are like a lot of people, when you think of life insurance, your children are probably not one the first things that come to mind. After all, many people assume that life insurance is strictly for adults or older individuals. However, this could not be further from the truth. In fact, life insurance […]

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7 Long Term Financial Planning Tips for Special Needs Children

Ross Quade | Children | 29 Jun, 2015 | No Comments

When you are the parent of a special needs child, you worry about a lot more than just paying for their college education. Instead, you have to worry about such things as how you’ll pay for the special therapy that your child will require throughout his or her life, or how you’ll continue to pay […]

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Pregnant and Need Life Insurance?

Aaron Crowe | Children, Health, Life Insurance | 25 Mar, 2015 | No Comments

Life insurance underwriting policies for pregnant women have been changing across the industry lately, making it easier for them to qualify for insurance later in pregnancy. Even as late as the third trimester, a woman who doesn’t have pregnancy complications can get insurance, says Tony Steuer, a life insurance literacy advocate who has written books […]

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Start Filling the Money Bags! The Cost of Raising a Child is Why Parents Need Life Insurance

The cost of raising a child born in 2013 is between almost $200,000 to a little less than $300,000, depending on where you live. If these staggering numbers tell you anything this is it—you need life insurance. Here’s why: Expensive . . . and more expensive Raising a child is clearly not inexpensive. Any parent […]

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5 Reasons Non-Parents Should Have Life Insurance

Aaron Crowe | Children, Life Insurance | 11 Nov, 2014 | No Comments

Parents who die early leave one of the biggest life commitments behind — their children. They’re the best reason to buy life insurance by planning for their financial future in case a parent dies. That’s the main benefit of buying life insurance when you’re young — insuring that the children you leave behind are taken […]

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