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Financial Topics
    • Buying a Home
      Buying a Home
      Are you ready to take on a mortgage? This section can help you make smart home-buying decisions.
    • College Planning
      What will it take to send your child to college? Get the answers you need to start saving.
    • Disability Income Insurance
      How would you and your loved ones survive financially if you became disabled? The more you know, the better you can prepare.
    • Health Insurance
      Everyone needs health insurance! If you don’t have it, get informed today.
    • Investing for your future
      Investing for Your Future
      The basics are the essentials. These investment tips are perfect for new investors and more experienced.
    • Life Insurance
      The most important investment you can make to protect you and your loved ones is life insurance.
    • Long-Term Care Insurance
      Today, the costs of long-term care average $40,000 to $50,000 per year or more. You can protect yourself from this expensive risk.
    • Managing Debt
      If you’re like most Americans, debt is a major issue in your financial plan. There are techniques to manage yours.
    • Planning an Estate
      Planning an Estate
      You need to know – is your estate plan up to date? Use this topic to make sure your needs are covered.
    • Saving for Retirement
      What’s the most expensive goal of your life? Most likely, retirement. Learn how to save for this important life stage.
    • Why Plan?
      You can’t afford not to. Planning for your financial future can protect you from risks and help you reach your goals.

Sources: “Long-Term Care Planning” Society of Financial Service Professionals, 2002.