One of the most harrowing experiences I’ve ever had was during the sixth month of my pregnancy. My husband was out late, hadn’t called, and I was, of course, angry at his thoughtlessness. But this very evening, he had misjudged a bend in a rural road—and plummeted off the side of it into a ravine,…Read More
You might be surprised to learn that only about 56 percent of women have life insurance, 10 percent less than their male counterparts. These figures are based on statistics and research from LIMRA, a worldwide research organization servicing members of the insurance and finance services sector. Not only do fewer women than men have life insurance but…Read More
1. Ditch expensive credit cards. Credit cards are great if you pay off what you spend in full each month. That way you get valuable consumer protection at no extra cost. But if you end up paying interest on them, it can increase the cost of your purchases – dramatically. So, if you owe…Read More
There is a phenomenon that happens when you get above the age of 25 years old. Suddenly, you go from people saying “you are so young, and have so much time don’t worry about trying to find love and settle down.” To: “so who are you dating?” “Why are you single?” “You should find someone…Read More
Getting Serious About Retirement Planning and Investing
We have a new member of our team who will be joining us from the start of October for our new blog segment. Fun times ahead.