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.
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.
Since long-term disability coverage quotes are personalized to you, policies don’t come with a big red price sticker until after you’ve picked your features. But that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with that price. Here are three ways you can reduce your LTD quote.
On the first day of income protection, we discuss one type of coverage everyone should have-Disability Insurance. Read more about why and how here.
Lung Cancer Awareness month aims to educate individuals about this disease every year. Find out what you need to know to understand your risk of getting the disease as well as ways you can prevent it here.
While we do only one quarter of our driving in the dark, half of traffic deaths happen at night. There are several factors that can make it dangerous to drive at night. Read about safety tips here.
If you live in certain parts of the country, you can already feel it in the air-winter is right around the corner. Here are ways you can affordably and easily winterize your home to stay warm as well as save on heating costs.
Being healthy is important to most people but you may not always know how to prioritize your wellness. Today, we share ways to prioritize wellness in daily life.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that there is no cost-of-living adjustment in 2016. This means there will be no increase in the Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits in 2016. Here, we talk about what you can do to protect yourself financially in 2016.
Millions of people rely on Social Security benefits, but what happens if your Social Security disability claim gets denied? Here we explore your options if your Social Security disability claim has been denied.