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What You Should Know Before Buying Short-Term Health Insurance


New rules enacted by the Trump administration now allow short-term health insurance for longer than the three-month limitation that has been in effect. The new plans became available in October 2018, with states deciding the length of coverage, which can be as long as 12 months. So, is a short-term plan good for you? If […]

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How Long Should Your Term Life Insurance Last?


When you want to purchase a term life insurance policy, your first questions are how much should you get and how long should it last? The answers depend on the long-term financial obligations you want to protect your beneficiaries from. What is Term Life Insurance? Unlike permanent policies, term life insurance ends within a set […]

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Life Insurance vs. Investing


At some point in everyone’s life, they are confronted with the decision to purchase, or not purchase life insurance. Although a grim subject, thinking critically about the costs and benefits associated with life insurance, and its inherent alternatives, will prepare you and those that depend on you, for the future. Before unpacking your options, lets […]

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How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?


You’ve decided it’s time to purchase a life insurance policy. So, now the question is, how much life insurance do you need? First let’s look at why you want life insurance. What Life Insurance Can Do In the past, you may have thought you didn’t need life insurance. But circumstances—and minds—change. There are plenty of […]

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