If you’ve read the news lately, you’re probably getting the sense we’re in a recession. Well, that’s because nearly all of the mainstream media is telling us we’re in a recession, so how could it not be? Truthfully, there is no “rule” that determines a recession, but rather a set of conditions that make it “more likely than not”.
Christmas is right around the corner. I know this because my wife started decorating the house (entirely too early I might add). One of the best parts of Christmas is the opportunity to give people presents. One of the worst parts of Christmas is the endless spending to buy these gifts. Well, we’ve got some suggestions that should make your life slightly better!
This will be a short article, and honestly, rightfully so. For far too long, life insurance has been made overly complicated, expensive, highly-profitable to the selling company and advisor, and of little-to-no benefit to the consumer in most cases. When people hear “life insurance salesman” they tend to shy away. That’s why they started calling themselves financial advisors. Well, the title of financial advisor is starting to gain the same negative connotation. I expect them to change their title to something like “Personal Wealth Literacy Coach” or some other garbage in the near future. I digress – in reality, life insurance is designed to protect your loved ones when your time runs out and you ultimately meet the man upstairs.