If this is open enrollment period where you work, it’s a good idea to review your employee benefit options before renewing them. Check to see if there have been any coverage changes or premium increases. Your financial professional can help you review your benefit and insurance needs.
When you are a self-employed sole proprietor, you need to make sure your family would be financially protected in a worst-case situation. Your financial professional can help you determine if you have adequate life insurance to settle any of your business’s outstanding obligations.
As the founder, visionary and primary driver of your business, you are its most valuable asset. What would happen if you couldn’t continue working due to a disability? Protect your business and yourself by making sure you have adequate insurance.
How you choose to divide your retirement investments among stocks, bonds and cash alternatives will depend on your situation. Talk to your financial professional about an appropriate asset allocation for your goals and time frame.
What are the potential advantages and disadvantages of investing in balanced funds?
When buying term life insurance, how do I choose the right term? Do life insurance beneficiaries have to receive a lump-sum payout?
• How can employers effectively communicate with their employees regarding the cost of employer-provided benefits?
• Can employers contribute to a 401(k) profit sharing plan in some years but not others?
• Why should I take inflation into account when setting my retirement savings goals?
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A recent LIMRA study found that 30% of U.S. households don’t carry life insurance. Here are some common reasons people give for not buying life insurance and why they shouldn’t stop you from securing the coverage you need.
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