We have finally come to the end of a long, but very worthwhile process—the total and complete overhaul of our website. And as I attempt to boil the last year down into a blog post, I hope you find the process enlightening, and get a sense as to the thinking that drove this process.
Buying life insurance is like sending a love note from the Great Beyond, like a final gift to our loved ones saying, “I would give anything in the world to be with you, but since I can’t, I’ll do what I can and that’s making sure you’re taken care of financially.”
At the age of 19, I lost my mother to cancer. Because she had no life insurance, I experienced many financial hardships and found myself in desperate need of college funding. That’s when I came across the LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program and applied. From the moment I was awarded the $7,500 scholarship last year, my life had made a complete turn, and I’ve been sent on an impeccable journey I never thought possible.
If you ask self-employed workers about retirement savings, a shocking number will give exactly the same answer, ‘What retirement savings?’ This is a major problem, not only for the self-employed, but for the United States as a whole. With more and more people without regular jobs and the benefits that come with them, the article says that our nation faces a ticking retirement time bomb. Here’s why.
Editor’s note: Smoking is an expensive habit, given that a pack of cigarettes can cost anywhere from $5 in Kentucky to $14 in New York, but there are many other hidden costs, like the extra $50,000+ you might need to spend on life insurance over a 20 year term. The good news, after quitting for […]