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Get In shape - Financial Fitness 101

by Larry Frank on Oct 19, 2017

We’re all familiar with fitness fanatics, raving about life changing workouts guaranteed to get you into tip top shape. While there is a new fitness craze in the air, it’s time to exercise your wallet. Financial Fitness is a set of goals or programs to help you identify your financial goals, and how to get in the best financial shape of your life.

Financial Planning in Your 30s: The 3 Goals Every 30-Something Year Old Should Have

by Larry Frank on Oct 19, 2017

Finance

30 is a divisive number. To the young, it’s the time when you’re thrust into full blown adulthood, whether you’re ready or not. To the young at heart, 30 may be considered the early years before your true confidence shines, in your career, in your relationships, or even in yourself. Either way, your 30s are an incredible age when you’re comfortable with a bright future ahead.

Three Reasons Why Life Insurance is More Than Just a Death Benefit

by Audrey Beugnot on Sep 15, 2017

Insurance, Retirement, Tax Planning

Life insurance is universally recognized as an essential pillar of a financial plan for providing much needed capital in the event of a breadwinner. It is also fundamental to other planning needs, such as estate planning to pay for settlement costs and taxes, and business planning for business continuation or key person protection. However, considering the remarkable tax properties of permanent life insurance, it should also be considered as foundational planning tool for an entire financial plan. Here are three reasons why:

Why Solo Practitioners Should Not Forget About Business Overhead Expense Insurance

by Audrey Beugnot on Sep 15, 2017

Insurance

At 36 years old, Jennifer had it all – a growing practice, 3 excellent employees and a beautiful suite in a new medical complex. Having spent considerable time planning her future, she also had everything in place to save and manage her money tax efficiently, and she still owned the individual disability policy she has had since residency. Yes, she had it all – except one thing: She didn’t have any business overhead expense insurance (BOE). Unfortunately, it wasn’t until she needed it that she realized how important it was to securing her future.