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7 Unique Family Traditions to Start this Thanksgiving

As the leaves turn to hues of gold and the air grows crisper, Thanksgiving approaches with the promise of warm gatherings, delicious feasts, and heartfelt expressions of gratitude. While many of us cherish long-standing family traditions, there’s always room to add new ones to the mix. This Thanksgiving, consider embracing change and creating meaningful experiences with these seven unique family traditions. 1. Cultural Potluck Feast...

What to Expect When Applying for Life Insurance

If you’re considering purchasing life insurance, you must go through an application process to qualify. Understanding what to expect during this process can help you secure the coverage you need at a price that suits your budget. Gaining familiarity with the steps, from the application to the medical exam and beyond, can go a long way when applying for life insurance. Determine Your Coverage Needs...

How often should I update my insurance policies?

As your life changes, your insurance policies should, too. Whether you’re celebrating a new chapter in your life or navigating significant changes, staying on top of your insurance needs is crucial to ensure you’re adequately protected. Major life events can dictate how often and when you should update your insurance policies, especially after significant life events like marriage, job changes, relocations, or expanding your family....

Is Final Expense Insurance Right for Me?

Final expense insurance may be the right choice for seniors who want to cover their final expenses. Also referred to as burial insurance or funeral insurance, it is a type of life insurance policy designed to cover final disposition and funeral services after death. Funeral and burial expenses have been rapidly rising for the past 30 years. Families have paid an average of $7,848 for...

Explainer: What is Long-Term Care Insurance?

It’s not something you want to think about, but most of us will need long-term care at some point in our lives. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), once a person reaches age 65, they have almost a 70% chance of needing some type of long-term care services in their remaining years.1The need for care may develop suddenly...

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