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Permanent Life Insurance Policies

Most people think of life insurance as a way to protect loved ones with a lump-sum benefit in the event of the policy owner’s death. That is life insurance’s primary purpose; however, a permanent life insurance policy can offer much more. Consider the following features and benefits: Tax-free death benefit proceeds paid to beneficiaries Tax-deferred…

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Insights Into Cybercrime

Although it’s taken a back seat to domestic concerns over the past year, cybercrime is still on the rise. Attacks such as “Wannacry” shut down health care systems and businesses across the globe in 2017,1 and the World Economic Forum estimates cybercrimes cost the global economy about $445 billion a year. 2 It is a…

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The New Tax Law: Things to Consider

Who will be affected by the new tax legislation that went into effect Jan. 1? That is a question many are asking. While “everyone” is likely to see some changes, here’s an idea of how many people fell into each income group. In 2015:1 About 1.4 million Americans accounted for the top 1% of income…

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Digital Tools for Tax Season

Tax season is upon us. According to the IRS, about 90 percent of taxpayers now file their taxes electronically. The agency touts the service as more accurate, convenient and secure than paper claims, and people usually receive their tax refunds faster. The IRS offers free tax filing assistance to filers who earn $54,000 a year…

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Balancing Investor Euphoria With Market Reality

Many social media users share nearly all aspects of their lives, from photos of cute kids and pets to their political views. And now, we even are seeing posts from exuberant investors bragging about their investment returns. For example, consider this social media post:1 “I strived to become a 401(k) millionaire someday, and this week,…

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Get Creative When Pre-Planning Funerals

Think about how much time we put into planning things like college, a wedding, moving to a new home, having a baby and retirement. Now think about how much time we put into planning for our death. For many people, it’s no time at all. Perhaps you’ve got your estate plan documents in order, but…

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Multidisciplinary Pain Management Approach

Opiate-based drugs continue to be the pain management treatment of choice after surgery, which is how so many people become addicted. Experts report that more than 80 percent of opioid addictions begin as a painkiller prescription.1 One of the solutions to avoiding addiction may be to take a multi-disciplinary approach to managing pain. Instead of…

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Traveling on a Fixed Income

Oh, the places you’ll go! Renowned author Dr. Seuss wrote a children’s book in 1990 that has become a popular graduation gift for young adults. Part of its message:1 “You’re off to Great Places!Today is your day!Your mountain is waiting.So … get on your way!” Perhaps for some people, the time to travel is when…

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Mitigating Risk Goes Beyond Asset Allocations

What do Harvey Weinstein, “America First” policies and asset allocation have in common? Quite a bit, it turns out, when it comes to evaluating the various risk factors that can affect an investment or portfolio. Anyone who’s ever taken a hot minute to observe the market or talk shop about the economy must realize any…

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Strokes: Symptoms and Treatment Innovations

In the United States, someone has a stroke every 40 seconds. Often referred to as a “brain attack,” a stroke is caused by injury to a blood vessel that limits the flow of blood to the brain.1 The causes include some of the same ones that cause a heart attack, including high blood pressure, smoking,…

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