Marriage, a baby, buying a house, starting a business, maybe an “oops” or two along the way and then retirement. That’s life. And it can go by just that fast. And while it’s not always easy to see, during those years you’ve created a lot of good, touched a lot of lives, and helped a lot of people. No matter what life event you’re anticipating, we can help you keep good going.
Choose a life event to learn more.
- Six reasons to buy life insurance.
- Essential issues when drafting a will.
- Start a college fund: 8 strategies.
- 5 key planning principles to protect your family’s finances.
- Six ways to avoid being young and in debt.
- Key tips for first-time life insurance buyers.
- Four ways that life insurance protects the people you love.
- How to choose the best life insurance company for you.
- Should I name minors as policy beneficiaries?
- Case study: Protecting a young family.
- Life insurance need calculator.
Suddenly single/Suddenly downsized.
- Single without children?
- Single and living on one income?
- Life insurance for the single adult.
- Single parents: Your children’s security is more affordable than you think.
- For new single majority, life insurance can be a good partner.
- Life insurance can help when you need educational loan.
- Keeping your coverage if you become disabled.
- Drawing down money from retirement accounts.
- 401(k) or pension? The answer could decide your retirement age.
- Do you have a Social Security game plan?
- Are you using CDs for retirement?
- Many regaining optimism about retirement, but doubts persist.
- Monthly income a must for tomorrow’s retirees.
- CDs versus fixed deferred annuities.
- Things women can do to boost retirement savings.
- AARP life insurance program.
- AARP lifetime income program.
- Retirement rules of the road for women.
- 5 retirement income planning tips.
- Retirement budgeting 101: living comfortably on a limited budget.
- Questions and answers about reinvesting your 401(k).
- Retirement savings calculator.
A death in the family.
- Living benefits of life insurance help family cope with terminal illness and a legacy.
- When life takes a tragic turn, life insurance helps former ballerina keep her family and dreams intact.
- Important tips for the surviving spouse.
- Overview of the probate process.
- Tips for executors.
- Am I still covered under my deceased spouse’s health insurance plan?
- Shane Donaca: An amazing gift.
- The Montes de Oca family: A legacy of love.
- Study reveals financial concerns after the loss of a spouse.