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Times You Should Update Your Life Insurance Policy

5 Times You Should Update Your Life Insurance Policy

When it comes to life insurance, most families in the U.S. are under-insured. The gap between what they have and what they need is nearly $320,000*. The problem is that many people will purchase life insurance and then forget all about it. However, your finances will change throughout the course…
What is Financial Literacy?

A Financial Adviser’s Practical Perspective of Financial Literacy Awareness

Guest post by Chris Gann, Redwood Financial-Senior Vice President. April is a very busy month; it is Animal Cruelty Prevention Month, Earth Month, Jazz Appreciation Month, National Volunteer Month, National Poetry Month, and even National Lawn Care Month. There are at least 14 other national topics assigned to April. Taxes…
The Benefits of Health Savings Accounts (HSA's)

The Benefits of Health Savings Accounts (HSA’s)

Guest post by Richard Peace. Richard is a licensed Benefit Consultant (LHIC) at Financial Benefit Services managing various employer groups in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Follow him on Twitter @richpeace. The skyrocketing cost of health insurance has forced millions of Americans to seek financial relief by purchasing high deductible health insurance…

The Best Free Online Tools for Retirement Planning

Whether you’re 25 or 45, there’s no time like the present to talk about retirement planning. And with so many free online tools at your fingertips, there’s no excuse not to. We’ve compiled a list of the best free online tools for retirement planning to help you get set for…

3 Steps to Start Saving for Retirement

Guest post by Richard Peace. Richard is a licensed Benefit Consultant (LHIC) at Financial Benefit Services managing various employer groups in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Follow him on Twitter @richpeace. Perhaps the biggest challenge for new young professionals is understanding why and how to save for retirement. Besides, aren’t you young…