Money Management Articles
Protect your loved ones by learning life insurance basics
When you think about life insurance, you may dismiss it as something
only older people need. At its very basic, a life insurance policy is
taken out on someone's life that pays out when the insured dies, helping
to financially protect dependents and loved ones.
Adding a teen to auto insurance? Be prepared
If adding a young driver to your policy is in your future, you need to be ready for the added costs. While policies vary based on a multitude of factors, financial experts
advise being prepared for the unavoidable expense of a teen driver
addition. The Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA) offers these ways to
save some money on their protection.
How to handle an unexpected job loss
Nowadays, when it comes to longevity within the workplace, nothing is
guaranteed. How do you prepare if faced with an unexpected job loss?
What is your plan B? Consider these five tips for preparing and coping
with your financial loss.
Five disaster planning steps for small businesses
Could your business bounce back if a disaster occurred? A minimum of 25
percent of small to midsize businesses that close temporarily due to a
natural or other disaster ultimately never open their doors again,
according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. It is possible
to weather any type of business interruption, however, only if you're
Medical coverage while traveling overseas
While the summer vacation season has passed, thousands of people travel
overseas each day for business, school or pleasure. However, few
consider that their medical insurance coverage might be less than
expected or, even worse, nonexistent.
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