While more people than ever are opting to purchase travel insurance, Kevin Myeroff, CPA, CFP® with NCA Financial Planners shares a few things you can do for free to save and protect you even more. (5 min 0 sec)
While no one expects to become disabled, 1 in 4 Americans do so prior to retirement age. An accident, an unforeseen medical event, a catastrophic injury can all lead to temporary or permanent disability. So, what happens when you suddenly find yourself unable to work?
While the vast majority of financial advisors and investment managers have their clients’ best interests at the forefront, there are a few unscrupulous ones who take advantage of hard-working savers. The likes of Bernie Madoff, Allen Stanford, and Frank Gruttadauria have understandably caused investors to question how their money is protected.
More and more, it's harder to keep up with the rising cost of auto insurance. According to one estimate, the average cost of auto insurance in 2017 for lower-risk drivers with good driving records was $1,178.
As a renter, it’s tempting to think that all of your responsibilities and worries shift to your landlord; however, you’ll be in for a shock if the building you’re living in is damaged by a fire or assaulted by thieves.
Why should you concern yourself with life insurance? You're still young and relatively healthy. What do you have to protect? The fact is the decision not to buy life insurance when you are young and healthy can be a very expensive mistake. Here are five reasons why.