Due to the rising costs of college tuition, fewer families can pay to send their children off to college. But the youth of today are our leaders tomorrow, so it’s important that they receive their shot at a college degree without being hindered simply by money.
It’s our job as insurance and financia...
Henry Jones wants his son, Henry Jr., to go to college just like he did. But, because his wife is sadly deceased, Henry is a single father. He’s not sure he'll be able to save enough money for his son’s college tuition. Junior is off on adventures quite often, so Henry Sr. is also a bit uneasy about ...
Does this scenario sound familiar?
Your client started a college fund for their child's future educational expenses. Maybe it's a 529, or maybe it's a Coverdell account.
But what happens if mom or dad become unemployed or disabled? If they can’t make the annual payments, most plans fold. If they ar...
We're now in the month of August, which means it's back to school for many. For clients with children, college funding may be stressful.
Consider this: Married couple, two kids.
Seems like your standard family, right? What few think of when considering the “standard” family is the amount of things ...
Most agents are so focused on baby boomers and Generation X that Gen Y prospects are being overlooked. This is a mistake.
The "Right to Die" debate brings up issues for producers regarding end-of-life planning, especially if you have clients in Vermont, Washington, or Oregon.