Is It Possible To Get Life Insurance With A Cancer Diagnosis? Here’s What You Need To Know

Rachel Garland | Insurance | 16 Dec, 2015 | No Comments

Hearing the words, “you have cancer”, can be scary.   In fact, this very phrase alone is life changing for individuals and families across the nation.   Although it may seem overwhelming initially, receiving a cancer diagnosis is not a hopeless situation. While careful planning processes may be in order, that doesn’t mean you’re going […]

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Is It Possible To Be Too Old For Life Insurance?

Rachel Garland | Death, Financial, Insurance, Life Insurance | 8 Sep, 2015 | No Comments

We can’t tell you how many times this question has come up. One of the biggest concerns people have regarding life insurance is the possibility that they are too old to be approved. If you’ve ever had thoughts like this, don’t worry you’re not alone. In fact, countless people as young as 40 wonder whether […]

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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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How Exercise Tracking Can Save You Money

Ross Quade | Insurance | 11 Aug, 2015 | No Comments

Tracking your everyday habits, such as exercise and sleep is becoming quite the trend today. Many people wear exercise trackers on their wrist or hip to stay in tune with their bodies and to see how much progress they are making on a daily basis. While these trackers are meant to help you get fit, […]

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10 Costly Medicare Mistakes

Ross Quade | Insurance | 28 May, 2015 | No Comments

For those boomers who haven’t gone down the Medicare road yet, the time is likely approaching. It is required that you enroll in Medicare once you turn 65, and you can sign up as soon as three months before your birthday as long as you are eligible to be put into the federal health insurance […]

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17 Reasons Baby Boomers Need Term Life Insurance

Jack Fehr | Insurance, Life Insurance, Term Life Insurance | 13 Mar, 2015 | No Comments

You may have heard that people nearing or in retirement don’t need their life insurance policies anymore. That would be a good story if it was true. Americans are living longer, and additional financial responsibilities are accompanying longer lives. Term life insurance gives loved ones the financial protection they need to respond to continually rising […]

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7 Reasons Not to Lie About Smoking Marijuana on Your Insurance Application

Ross Quade | Insurance | 13 Mar, 2015 | No Comments

As more states legalize medical and recreational marijuana usage, life insurance companies must slowly follow suit by changing their policies. However, many life insurance providers may raise their usual rates, or outright deny coverage to frequent users altogether.  In light of this, some marijuana users have lied on their applications to ensure the best rates. […]

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Is Longevity Insurance Necessary for a Comfortable Retirement?

Ross Quade | Insurance | 1 Sep, 2014 | No Comments

It’s recommended that you start saving and putting together plans for your retirement no matter how old you are, and most people know this. However, it can be a little confusing when it comes to knowing how to deal with a retirement in which you live an exceptionally long and healthy life. If this is […]

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How Investing in Your Health Today Can Save You Money Tomorrow

Ross Quade | Insurance | 18 Jun, 2014 | No Comments

Being healthy and fit can benefit you in many ways; it gives you a longer life, gives you more energy and reduces your risk of disease for starters. Among all of these, making healthy lifestyle choices also lends to a healthy bank account through a number of different ways. Although you may have the misconception […]

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