Category Archives: Insurance

  • The case against DIY

    September,23,2020

    A couple of years ago I wanted a new deck.  I checked around and found out what the professionals were charging, and I thought that it was too much.  How difficult is it to build a deck?  After a little…Continue Reading

  • “Normal” in the after-time

    May,13,2020

    We’ve all been in isolation for a while now and are anxious to get out and return to normal.  But will that normal be the same normal as the before-time?  We are experiencing the biggest medical emergency since 1918.  Is…Continue Reading

  • Two alternatives to traditional life insurance

    June,18,2019

    In my last two articles about life insurance and critical illness insurance, I said that they are often underappreciated financial tools that can help a family in a time of tragedy.  This month, I will take a closer look at…Continue Reading

  • Surviving an illness doesn’t have to make your family finances sick

    May,29,2019

    Last time I talked about the importance of life insurance and how it can help your family if a life ending tragedy were to occur.  This time around I would like to discuss another under appreciated insurance product that can…Continue Reading

  • Avoiding financial catastrophe

    April,16,2019

    When people hear the term “financial plan”, life insurance probably does not pop into their heads.  No surprise there.  It is certainly not the most exciting finance tool around, but arguably, it could be the one of the most important. …Continue Reading

  • Are you protecting your “SELF” from theft?

    April,1,2018

    As more and more of our everyday lives happen online, we are becoming more vulnerable to identity theft – the acquiring and collecting of personal information for criminal purposes. In fact, it looks like there were more instances of identity…Continue Reading