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Category: Life Insurance

Life Insurance for Stay-at-Home Parents

If you never thought a stay-at-home parent needed life insurance, you might want to think again. That’s because in addition to being full-time caregivers, stay-at-home parents are often also cooks, housekeepers, tutors, psychologists, chauffeurs, nurses and more. That’s a lot of responsibilities that often demands life insurance protection. One person who does all of the above and more is Beth Schiedel, mom of Zita, 3,...

Why Life Insurance Makes Sense for Millennials...

A lot has been written about how today’s Millennials (usually defined as anyone born between 1980 and 1995) are putting off buying their first homes, getting married and starting families. Another thing you can add to that list is buying life insurance. Research from the Life Insurance and Market Research Association (LIMRA) shows that while Millennials are concerned about their financial security, very few have...

Buying Life Insurance for the First Time? Then Read These 7 Tips

Maybe you just got married. Or had your first child. Or started a business. Whatever the life event is, you are now buying life insurance for the first time. And that might intimidate and confuse you a little. Help ease your mind by reading the following advice for anyone who is buying life insurance for the first time. 1. Understand who (or what) you’re protecting....

On the Hunt for Safety

Hunting requires focus, skill, and patience. Whether you’re new to the sport or learned as a kid, you should pay the same amount of attention to the safety measures necessary for hunting game. Have gun, will travel The premier rule of hunting is firearm safety. Even if you’re a skilled marksperson, brushing up on firearm awareness before you head into the wilderness is important. Treat...

Electrical Shock Checklist

Electricity is powerful. You rely on it to power your business. It’s power worth respecting. Electrical shock kills and injures thousands of people each year. While dry skin provides a natural barrier to electrical currents, wet skin - even from perspiration - reduces resistance to zero. Taking proactive steps to prevent electrical shocks in and around your work site is essential. Don’t allow electricity to...