Giving the charitable gift of a lifetime
Often when you hear a person asked what they want to do are asked about what they would do with lottery winnings, he or she mentions giving to a charity, school or hospital that is important to them.
When asked about retirement and estate planning, however, the same person may be reluctant to commit to a sizeable donation while balancing a retirement budget and an estate plan that leaves something for their families.
How to choose an executor of your estate
When drafting your will, who the executor of your estate will be is as big a decision as who your beneficiaries will be. The role of the executor is to look after all aspects of your estate and may be involved in everything from organizing a funeral to informing beneficiaries, protecting the estate’s assets and distributing them to fulfill your tax obligations and carry out the provisions of your will.
Be clear in your will
What you need to know before submitting an insurance claim
What comes to mind when you think of life insurance?
Guaranteed income products are not a guaranteed fit
Having "the talk" with your parents: A How-To Guide
The three biggest insurance mistakes people make
Buying the best insurance coverage is one of the most important life decisions anyone can make, and yet some mistakes are very common, and these mistakes can cost thousands of dollars more than they should.
To help readers make the best possible decisions, SeniorSurance presents the five biggest mistakes people can make when it comes to buying insurance:
What does Obamacare mean for seniors?
The 3 biggest insurance myths
Deciding which insurance policy to buy is one of the most important decisions any person can make, yet many people are in the dark about which options are best for them.
To help you see a bigger picture, here are five well-known (but false) myths about insurance: