Money Management Articles
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.
Deciphering the health insurance requirements
You can't put it off any longer: Effective Jan. 1, 2014, the Affordable
Care Act (ACA) requires all Americans to maintain a minimum level of
health coverage or face a tax penalty. While some people are flocking to
www.healthcare.gov to research and purchase their insurance, others are
unsure how to proceed.
Understanding life insurance: Sorting through the choices
When you think about life insurance, you may dismiss it as something that only older people need. A life insurance policy is taken out on someone’s life and pays out when they die so that loved ones are financially protected. Insurance proceeds are used to pay ongoing expenses, educate young children, pay off mortgages and cover other critical costs and final expenses.
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