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Is Your Classic/Collector Car Underinsured?

by Stacy Brasher on Aug 2, 2018

In the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, two of the worst storms to make landfall in the U.S., the fate of thousands of homeowners is still up in the air. So, it may seem a bit trivial to point out that the storms also destroyed thousands of luxury and classic cars. While the dollar amount of damages pales in comparison to the loss of homes, estimates put the total at somewhere between $100 million and $300 million for luxury and classic car damages alone, which is not a trivial amount.

Get In shape - Financial Fitness 101

by Stacy Brasher on Jul 30, 2018

We’re all familiar with fitness fanatics, raving about life changing workouts guaranteed to get you into tip top shape. While there is a new fitness craze in the air, it’s time to exercise your wallet. Financial Fitness is a set of goals or programs to help you identify your financial goals, and how to get in the best financial shape of your life.

Top 10 Financial Terms

by Stacy Brasher on Jul 19, 2018

If you don’t know the difference between asset-backed securities and securities, you may want to take a look at these common financial terms and their definitions.

Asset Backed Securities

Asset-backed securities are bonds or notes that are backed by assets such as credit card accounts receivable, auto loans, and home equity loans.

Best Tax Friendly Places to Live for Retirees

by Stacy Brasher on Jul 5, 2018

If you’re approaching retirement age, you may be considering a move to a more retirement-friendly state, particularly if your current state of residence imposes numerous taxes on social security, pensions, and other retirement income. While making the decision to relocate is not something that can be done lightly, there are a variety of options available nationwide that may allow you to retain more of your retirement income.

Go to the Gym for Lower Insurance Premiums

by Stacy Brasher on Jul 2, 2018

It stands to reason that, people who manage to get to the gym on a regular basis are generally healthier people. What you may not know is that they can also be wealthier people because they may pay lower premiums on their insurance. Insurance companies are stepping up their campaigns to encourage healthier living and it is paying off for both the insurance companies and their policyholders. 

Life Insurance and the Single Parent

by Stacy Brasher on Jun 28, 2018

Pat does not currently receive any financial support from another parent and there wouldn’t be any upon her death.

Her sister and brother-in-law are her children’s legal guardians and would move into her house if she died. Pat felt that their income combined with her children’s estimated Social Security Survivor Benefits would be enough to provide for childcare and basic monthly expenses as long as her debts were paid.