Monthly Archives: November 2012

Living Longer than Expected and the Presidential Election

It can be a good quandary. Someone buys life insurance in case something unforeseen happens, or the inevitable and their heirs are left with a valuable asset. In today’s trying economic times, and as people live longer than previously expected, a life settlement may become the best choice for someone to live an independent lifestyle in their golden years. Life ...

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Adjusting Your Budget for the End of the Year

With back-to-school season fast approaching and winter holidays just a few months away, it’s a perfect time to reevaluate your budget for the end of the year. The last half of the year can be expensive with increased costs for kids, tons of gifts to buy for the holidays and lots of family visits for big meals. All of these ...

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