Join Us On Twitter
The five major life insurance mistakes
1. Forgetting to name your spouse as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
2. Forgetting to update a life insurance policy which names an ex-spouse as beneficiary.
3. Forgetting to name a beneficiary
4. Forgetting to tell your new spouse about a life insurance policy that was part of a divorce agreement
5. Forgetting to review and update your group life insurance at work or your private life insurance policies when there are life event changes such as marriage, births, adoptions, job changes, divorce, and even a death of a beneficiary.
Is it time for you to review your current life insurance policies. Give us a call today to set up an appointment with one of our brokers. Just call 866-304-0312.
1. Never book a premium hotel room or luxury car–unless it’s a very special occasion and you’re concerned about availability. Instead, save money by reserving a standard room or car and then asking for a free upgrade upon arrival. You can even get on-site upgrades on discounted rooms.
2. Before traveling, consider subscribing to a daily deal website like Groupon or Living Social in your destination city and take advantage of discounts at restaurants and attractions. You can easily access the vouchers from your cell phone.
3. Most travel apps for significant discounts for same-day hotel reservations. It’s a great way to get a deal on high-end hotels.
4. La Quinta Inns & Suites, Hampton Hotels, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites and Quality Inn offer guests free breakfast and internet access.
5. When you reserve a car, always ask for a confirmation number and an email confirming the reservation. When you pick up the car, verify the cost before signing the agreement and ask if a better rate has become available
6. The National Park Service has several free admission dates each year at national parks and attractions. Check nps.gov and search “free entrance days” for dates.
7. Traveling out of the country? Call us for a free Travel Insurance Quote at 866-304-0312
You don’t need the emergency room if you have non-life-threatening medical issues, such as fevers, cuts, minor burns or most headaches. A more affordable alternative is a walk-in urgent care center, open seven days a week, no appointment necessary. Search “urgent care centers” online to find those near you.
To save money or your life insurance call 866-304-0312
Not only is September Life Insurance Awareness Month, but it is also National Yoga Month.
Yoga is good for both your body and your mind. To look for free classes in September and to find a studio near you, check yogamonth.org and to get a free Life Insurance quote call 866-304-0312.
According to AOL Real Estate, the best day of the week to list your home for sale is Friday, and the worst is Sunday. It seems that properties listed on Fridays sell faster and bring higher prices.
If you are thinking about purchasing a house or have purchased a home in the past, give us a call today for information on Mortgage Protection Insurance 866-304-0312.
We’re not drinking the grape Kool-Aid over here, but we have found a clever use for it.
Poor a packet of grape Kool-Aid in the tank of your toilet. If the water in the toilet owl turns purple without flushing, your toilet is slowly leaking water and money down the drain. Installing a new flap or seal usually fixes it.
Give us a call today to see if we can help you avoid leaking money with your life insurance policy. We are just a phone call away at 866-304-0312.
Most weeds can be killed with an inexpensive and eco-friendly spray made from 1 gallon of white vinegar mixed with 1 ounce of liquid dish soap.
To save money on your Life Insurance give us a call today at 866-304-0312.
Free apps by RedLaser and Shop Savvy let you scan the bar code of an item and compare in-store and online prices at other retailers.
Because we are life insurance brokers, we can help you compare the rates of top rated insurance companies. We don’t represent just one insurance company. We are just a call away at 866-304-0312 to help you shop for your life insurance needs.
Nearly 20 percent of adult Americans are living with hypertension–commonly known as high blood pressure–and don’t know it. According to the American Heart Association only about half of the 78 million Americans diagnosed with hypertension are controlling it. Uncontrolled high blood pressure is a major risk factor for devastating health problems such as stroke, heart attack, heart failure and kidney disease.
Hypertension is dangerous because it is so often ignored. To protect your health have your blood pressure checked at least one a year. You don’t have to make an appointment with a health care provider just to have your blood pressure checked. Most local fire stations / departments will check your blood pressure for you free of charge.