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3 Things to Consider When Purchasing Buy/Sell Protection Insurance

You have likely spent years of your life building your business. It would be best to protect your business with several types of insurance, but many business owners choose to put a buy/sell plan to protect against the unexpected. These plans are a binding agreement between business owners that lays out what will occur if an owner or partner should suddenly pass away. Without a...

How to Get Health Insurance After Adopting a Child

Welcoming a new member to your family is one of life’s most rewarding and fulfilling experiences. Whether you are adopting a new baby or an older child, adoption is treated as a “qualifying life event” that allows you to purchase health insurance. A qualifying life event triggers a special enrollment period that allows you to put health insurance in place for your new family member...

Annuities: Pros vs. Cons

An annuity is an insurance product used to plan for retirement. The beauty of an annuity is that they pay out a steady stream of income when you retire, which can be used to supplement your other retirement accounts, or on its own. Annuities have pros and cons: Pros An annuity can provide you with the income you need to enjoy life during your golden...

How to Prepare For Your “Welcome to Medicare” Visit

If you are new to Medicare, you are embarking on a new phase in your healthcare journey. One of the first things you will do is schedule a “Welcome to Medicare” visit. Medicare covers this visit. When scheduling this first visit, ensure the medical provider you choose accepts Medicare. When you choose your Medicare plan, ensuring you will retain access to your usual doctor could...

Common Types of Surety Bonds & How They Work

A surety bond is a contract that ensures specific obligations are met. These bonds are often required for contractors working on government contracts. They are performance-based. A surety bond is a guarantee between three parties. The parties in a surety bond are: The Principal: The individual who is required to have a surety bond. The Obligee: The individual requesting the bond. The Surety Company: The...