The budget bill of 2015 eliminates “file and suspend” claiming strategies and extends “deemed filing” but your core Social Security retirement benefits remain unchanged. Find out more here.
There are laws entitle all children with disabilities to a high quality, free and appropriate public education to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living. Find out more here.
Your hectic work schedule and life can leave you craving for a much needed break. To truly get away from it all, you may want to go on a yoga retreat. Here are some reasons why you should go.
The beginning of the year is a good time to create your personal finance checklist. Being on top of your finances makes sure you prioritize financial security for yourself and your loved ones. Find out more here.
If you’re planning to make a new year’s resolution this January, you’ll want to know how to achieve it successfully. Find out how here.
We started this blog seven months ago with the goal to educate working Americans about income protection disability insurance, financial security, health, and more. Today, we bring you a round-up of five of our most popular posts of 2015.
A great way to further your personal finance learning is to read books about it. Today, we share five books to help further your finance and investing knowledge.
This holiday season, it was our pleasure to bring you the “Eight Days of Income Protection.” This series aimed to challenge our readers to start 2016 off with a personal finance and income protection plan. Here, we round up all eight posts.
Disability insurance is essential because your ability to earn an income is your most valuable financial resource. Find out which questions to ask before purchasing a policy.
It’s never too early to start thinking about your financial security. We share seven savings plans to help you plan for the future.