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Author Archives: Tony Steuer
Thanks to Donna Fuscaldo for the opportunity to be a resource for her article on Foxbusiness.com on “How to Get the Best Rates onLife Insurance”. Donna takes a new perspective on how you can get the best (and lowest!) rates … Continue reading
Interview with Allie Johnson for Insurancequotes.com: Older Men Who Smoke May Pay $10,000 More A Year For Term Life Insurance
Thanks to Allie Johnson for the opportunity to be a resource for her article on InsuranceQuotes.com on “Older Men Who Smoke May Pay $10,000 More A Year For Term Life Insurance”. Allie raises the very important issue that when looking … Continue reading
Thanks to Crissinda Ponder for the opportunity to be a source for her article on Bankrate.com on “Even Young Adults Need Disability Insurance”. Crissinda brings up the much over-looked issue of Disability Insurance to protect your income. There is a … Continue reading
Did you know that . . . 3 in 10 workers entering the workforce today will become disabled for some period of time before they retire (Social Security Administration, Fact Sheet, January 31, 2007)? More than 90 percent of disabling … Continue reading
The concept of insurable interest is a core foundation of the life insurance industry. When there isn’t insurable interest, then things can get out of hand as detailed in the following article from Chantal Marr at LSM Insurance: The Dumbest … Continue reading
A major part of the financial literacy and insurance literacy issues stem from an excessive use of jargon. This excessive use of jargon can lead to poor decision making just like not knowing the rules can make a game really … Continue reading
When you hear the words insurance, what do you think of? Do you scream like Woody Allen in High Anxiety or run like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day or do you just get a headache? While insurance may be … Continue reading
Disability Claims come from many sources – some expected and some unexpected. It’s important to be prepared for disability by having sufficient disability income insurance. Disability income insurance coverage is a very important coverage. It pays when you are disabled … Continue reading
Knowing your advisor is important. Every day, you can find a story about some type of fraudulent financial scheme. Knowing your advisor goes beyond just being referred, it means taking time to do your own independent research and avoiding being … Continue reading