Stop Smoking Without A Struggle With These 3 Alternative Addiction-Breakers
6 January 2016
Many, if not most, smokers eventually reach a point in their lives where they want to break the smoking habit, and seek out methods that can help them quit. But popular pharmaceutical smoking cessation tools often aren't as helpful as smokers would like – nicotine replacement therapy alone has been shown to have a 16.4% success rate after a year, and the addition of an anti-depressant drug only raises the success rate to about 30%.
Three Ways To Streamline Your Life Insurance Shopping Experience
7 December 2015
If you're in the market for life insurance, it can all seem so complex at first. However, if you do your research online and manage to weed out the good advice from the bad advice, you can make a lot of progress before even contacting an insurance company. This means that when you do speak to a representative you'll have a much better idea of what you're looking for, so you'll be easier to help.
Over 70? It's Not Too Late For Life Insurance
8 May 2015
If you are like many people, you might have put off buying life insurance your whole life. It can be easy to say that you'll buy it tomorrow, next week or next month, but the days can fly by really quickly. If you're now in your 70s and still don't have coverage, you might assume that you'll never be able to secure a policy.
However, life insurance is a necessity for anyone.
4 Reasons College Students Should Pursue Insurance Coverage Now
29 January 2015
As you move on to college, you start to think about your expenses. Having to cover tuition, room and board, and other living expenses, you may feel any insurance products are too much of an additional burden. However, here are four important reasons college students should pursue insurance coverage now.
1. There is No Need to Wait to Start Your Own Family
Many young people believe they should wait to start a family before they have insurance coverage.