Life and Health Insurance Advisor Fall 2017  Volume 10, Number 7
Individual Health Care Marketplace Faces Serious Hurdles
benefits gapThere is good news and bad news on the individual health care front. First the bad news. Read on for details.
Smart Ways to Plan for Retirement Savings
vision insuranceIf you have already started saving for your retirement, congratulations! You’re on the right path. However, just saving money will not be enough to ensure a comfortable retirement if you don’t make the right decisions concerning your plan. Read on for details.

Critical Questions to Consider When Designating a Life Insurance Beneficiary
life insuranceLife insurance is a wonderful gift to leave your beneficiaries. They can use the proceeds to meet their financial needs, such as paying for housing, or helping them to reach their goals, like going to college. Read on for details.
Should You Insure Your Loan Payments?
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows you to deduct medical expenses on your tax return — potentially saving you a significant amount in taxes. To get these savings, you must keep detailed records. Therefore, it’s never too soon to start planning for the April 17, 2018, tax deadline. Read on for details.

This Just In...

Protecting Your College Investment

College is a major expense for most families. Tuition, fees and room and board average $20,090 annually for an in-state public college and $45,370 at a private college, according to a recent report by College Board, a not-for-profit organization working to expand access to higher education.

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