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When To Reassess Your Life Insurance Needs

When it comes to Life Insurance, there is no one-size-fits-all. Like Health Insurance, your desired coverage amount can change depending on your unique circumstances. What works for you now, may not work for you five to 10 years from now, and as your life changes, so do your needs.

No One Can Predict The Future

While Life Insurance may be the furthest thing from the minds of most 20-year-olds, those in their 30’s and 40’s may be beginning to take a closer look at the benefits of Life Insurance and just how it could help them.

So when is the right time to start thinking about Life Insurance, if it’s right for you, or if you have enough coverage?

The truth? There is no right answer. There is no single answer that can be applied to everyone because everyone is different, has different needs, and go through different life stages at different times. So, at what point in their lives do the majority of people tend to start considering, or re-considering, their Life Insurance coverage options?

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Top 2018 Travel Destinations For The Family

Summer is just around the corner and there is no time like the present to start planning your annual family vacation. After a grueling winter that just didn’t seem to want to go away, we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel with warmer days, less rain, and the winding down of the school year. Yes, summer is the perfect time of year to get in some hard-won quality time with the family.

It may come as a surprise that many of this year’s hottest travel destinations are also kid-friendly. But where should you go?

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How To Know When A Loved One Needs Long-Term Care

Studies show that roughly 70 percent of individuals aged 65 or older will require long-term care at some point.

But determining just when a loved one may need long-term care can be difficult both mentally as well as emotionally. To help make things easier, here are some key factors to look for when determining if your loved one could benefit from long-term care:

  1. Recent Accidents

Accidents and medical scares are a key indicator that your loved one may need additional help. Falls, fender-benders or car accidents, mismanaging prescriptions can all be scary and stressful for loved ones, caregivers, and everyone involved.

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