Becoming Financially Fit

What do you think of when you think of the term “financially fit”? Most people would probably associate it with being wealthy, but being wealthy doesn’t necessarily mean the same thing. Wealth is accumulated by the sum of all of one’s assets, but not all assets are “liquid”. Some large assets such as houses or other forms of property can escalate in value but do not necessarily affect the financial Read more...

You Probably Need More Savings than You Think

Many Americans falsely assume that Social Security will cover the bulk of retirement expenses. Unfortunately, Social Security benefits have been shown to cover about 40% Read more...

Diversify Your Retirement Savings

Many Americans will use traditional retirement savings plans like 401(k) and IRAs for the bulk of their retirement savings. Often times these plans are offered Read more...

The Dangers of Borrowing from Your Retirement Plan

Life is unpredictable for everyone and many run into situations in life that are unexpected, difficult, and financially trying. It’s in these instances you may Read more...

Why Middle America Could Become a Top Priority

The “American Dream” is a national ethos of the United States; the set of ideals in which freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success. Read more...

Life Insurance and Newly Weds

June is widely known as the kick off to wedding season! That means there are plenty of couples out there currently planning every detail of Read more...

Financial Expectations of Millennials

Baby Boomers have started entering retirement and their sway in the work force is waning. Generation X is still active, though they accounted for only Read more...

Retirement Confidence: Retirees vs Workers

The Employee Benefit Research Institute conducted its 28th annual survey in January 2018 to measure the strength of retiree and worker confidence about their own Read more...

Pushing American Retirement Savings into the Best Shape Possible

In a recent IFN blog we highlighted the fact that America’s retirement score was at an all-time high coming in to 2018. Overall, American households Read more...

America’s Retirement Score Improves in 2018

At the start of 2018 retirement preparedness among American savers was up from previous years, showing a steady improvement in the general saving habits of Read more...

Debt and Death: How Life Insurance Can Help In The End

For the average American debt is an unavoidable consequence of life, and not necessarily a negative one. From student loans which can unlock higher incomes, Read more...

A Six-Figure Income May Not Shield You From a Shock But an IUL Might

For some, living on a six-figure income is part of the American dream. At that point, you might not be rich but you may be Read more...

Selling to Millennials vs. Gen X

Who is Generation X? In this day and age, the two main groups of buyers you encounter are Generation X and Millennials. The first, Read more...

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