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Sometimes you just need a running start in the right direction.  The second phase in our financial freedom plan is to get you started in the right direction by being prepared.  In order to stay on track you will need to have the structure in place to succeed.

To get through the “Starters” phase you will need to:

1.  Establish a “starter” emergency fund

2.  Take full advantage of an employee retirement matching program, if one is available to you

3.  Ensuring there is term life insurance in place, if there are others who are relying on your income.

Being prepared for the future is an important step towards financial freedom and we would like to help!  Until Friday, June 19th, we are offering a FREE analysis of your financial situation.  Just complete the worksheets by clicking the link.  There is no cost or obligation and of course your information is kept confidential and secure.  Simply submit your worksheets, we will carefully review them, then schedule a follow up call to discuss how to accelerate your financial freedom journey.

How to get a handle on your insurance coverage

There were tons of great tips from super sales representative Rachel Foley from Liberty Mutual Insurance last Thursday on our monthly webinar.  One of which was to require residents that live in your investment property to have a renter’s insurance policy.  Having this type of insurance protects the resident AND the landlord.

Of course there was more info on auto, home, umbrella and life insurance as well.  There is something for everyone.  Listen in for the details!

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Are you and your family protected?

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Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici at

Insurance can be very confusing and expensive. Thursday at 7:30pm we will have award winning super sales representative Rachel Foley from Liberty Mutual Insurance joining us to talk about auto, home, term life, investment property, and umbrella insurance. It will be a jam packed half hour!

Rachel will share the guidelines to ensure proper coverage as well as some money saving tips! Specifically, we were able to save a significant amount on our auto insurance when our teen began driving. This tip alone saved us hundreds per year!

Life insurance can be another slippery slope, but sticking solely with term insurance is the best way to go. This is a great topic because you don’t always need life insurance but if you do, you want to make sure you have the right amount to protect your family.

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Deal or no deal?

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If you have elected to get your life insurance coverage through your employer, please take a closer look.  Generally the benefits offered by your employer are a good deal but life insurance may be a different story. 

Carefully look at the amount of coverage to make sure it is adequate to cover your dependents in the event of your death.  Chances are the coverage is much too low.  Typically the standard coverage recommended is 10 times your gross annual income.  If you don’t have enough you should seek additional insurance.

Another point to watch of course, is the cost of that coverage.  In many cases the insurance from your employer is much more expensive per thousand than traditional term insurance.  So be sure to price it out and make sure you’re getting the best DEAL!

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