Category Archives: Insurance Basics

Your Biggest Financial Asset is Not Your Home

Your most important financial asset is not your home, your car, your jewelry or a retirement account. It’s your paycheck. Your ability to earn a living is what fuels your family’s future of buying a home, putting your kids through college and building a nest egg for retirement. But what would happen to you and your family if those paychecks stopped? (more…)

Is Your Insurance Agent Speaking Your Language?

I thought I’d take some time to review with everyone some basic terms and details of an insurance policy that will help you understand what it is we’re talking about when we throw our funny words at you. We don’t mean to confuse you. It’s just that we’ve simply been using these fancy words for so long we forget it’s pretty much a foreign language to most people. (more…)