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What You Should Do About Insurance Following a Divorce.

Financial Advice & Retirement Tips |

Divorce can be an emotionally and financially challenging life event. In the face of the many possible adjustments divorce entails, making changes to insurance coverage may be overlooked.

Here’s a look at each type of coverage:



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When Does Your Personal Car Become a Commercial Vehicle?

Small Business Owner | Retirement
The key distinction for determining if a personally owned car may need commercial auto insurance coverage is whether the vehicle is used for any business-related purpose.

For small business owners, the line between the personal and their business can be...

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Eat for longevity.

Healthy Living Tips
If you adopt all of these behaviors, you'll be on your way to living a longer, healthier life.

Every single one of us is aging, but some people seem to age better than others. While you can point the finger at...

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How to help manage a loss of income.

Financial Advice | Retirement Planning
Your discretionary spending might be down already, but there may be even more room to tighten your budget.

Major events that upset the economy, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, can leave many Americans feeling the squeeze. If your household...

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Planning for retirement in uncertain times

Retirement Planning | Annuity Quote
An investor can't afford a turnover when they are within a few years of retirement.

Consider it the new normal: planning for financial success in uncertain times. While it can be tempting to hold off on making decisions or taking action,...

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How to avoid caregiver burnout

Retirement Planning | Annuity Quote
If you are a caregiver for a loved one, these tips can keep burnout at bay and ease some of the challenges you're facing.

As the number of older Americans continues to increase, so does the need for caregivers. While most...

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Self-employed? Make the most of your contributions with a solo 401(k)

Self-employed Retirement Plans | Annuity Quote
When you own a small business or freelance, paying yourself first for retirement is a solid strategy. But, it’s not always easy. Economic downturns may tempt you to put saving on hold. Even if you only put a

When you...

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Play catch-up — even if you don’t need to

Retirement Planning | Annuity Quote
The more money you put an away, the more choices you have in retirement.

If you are age 50 or older and are still working for someone else, you have a great opportunity to play catch-up. In 2020, the IRS...

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Directors and Officers Liability Insurance

Insurance | Small Business Owner Retirement
A D&O insurance policy provides financial protection for managers against claims arising from actual or alleged “wrongful acts” of directors and officers acting within the scope of their managerial duties.

Liability insurance for directors and officers is not just...

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How To Make Estimated Tax Payments If…

Taxes | retirement Planning | Annuity quote
Generally, most taxpayers will avoid this penalty if they owe less than $1,000 in taxes after subtracting their withholdings and credits.

You may have to make estimated tax payments if you earn income that is not subject to...

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