With the start of the school season, parents and grandparents are now a year closer to their children and grandchildren’s entrance to college. Few areas of
Have you found yourself gazing at your infant (or teenager for that matter) and wondered if it’s time to start saving for college? How much will you need to
Congratulations, your child has been accepted to college! Any idea how much this will cost? Will you be able to afford it on your own? Should you start burying
Insurance is an absolute and complete utter waste of money.
Unless something bad happens.
While I do not sell insurance, I am a big proponent of it.
Donna Adams, CLU, provided this article. Donna owns a local State Farm Insurance agency in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Determining ownership and the value of stolen
There are many disasters that can befall a family: flood, fire, earthquake, and tornado. Others are a bit more personal: sickness, disability, and death
This article was written by Jackie Spragins. More about her at the end.
There are basically four types of health insurance available today – Traditional, PPO
I’ve noticed that while people love to watch their investments hourly, when it comes to insurance, they buy it and forget about it. This is unfortunate, because
In our series of articles on getting your financial life in order, we are just about through the initial phase, determining your cash flow. You’ve come up with
In the first issue of this series, we began the journey to getting your financial life in order starting with cash flow. By now you have a list of all your
Let’s begin with cash flow. Cash flow has two components: the goes-in and the goes-out. You might know them as income and expenses.
Income is any money that