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Beginner’s Guide to Buy/Sell Protection

It is important to plan for the future of a business, but life can be unpredictable. A buy/sell protection plan is designed to help keep your business secure if the unexpected should occur.  What Is a Buy/Sell Agreement? A buy/sell agreement is a contract between business partners, stipulating how a partner’s interest in the business will be reassigned if that partner dies or leaves the...

What Happens to my Regular Health Insurance When I get Medicare?

When you reach age 65, you gain an advantage – you are eligible for Medicare. If you already have health insurance through your employer, through your spouse, or purchased as an individual, it can help to know how Medicare will affect that health insurance.  When you sign up with Medicare, it is advised that you get assistance from a local insurance agent, as the process...

The Importance of Reviewing Your Life Insurance Policy

You have likely already completed the hard part – putting a life insurance policy in place. However, it’s imperative you review your policy (or policies) at least once a year. The review will protect you from paying more than you need to, allow you to increase your coverage, or convert a term life insurance policy to a whole life insurance policy.  Why Review Your Life...

Do I Need Boat Insurance for a Non-Motorized Boat?

Depending on where you live, you may not be legally required by the state to carry boat insurance for a non-motorized boat, but that is not the only reason to insure your boat. If you have invested in a sailboat, kayak, canoe, or RIB (rigid inflatable boat), boat insurance will protect your investment if the watercraft is damaged during an accident. It should also protect...

Your Guide to Using HSA/FSA Funds for Family Members

An HSA (health savings account) or FSA (flexible spending account) has many benefits. These accounts are used to pay out-of-pocket healthcare costs. To establish an HSA, you must have coverage with a high-deductible health insurance plan. The funds you put in the account are not taxed and will roll over into the next year if there is unused money at the end of the year....