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How Much Is Enough to Save for a Financial Emergency?

Most financial responsibilities are predictable, but you need rainy-day funds to deal with the unpredictable. Do you...

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Success Stories in the Insurance and Financial Services Industry

As a recent college graduate, after having attended the third Future Leaders meeting out of four on October 6, I gained...

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From Student to Professional: A Pathway to a Career in Insurance and Financial Services

As a recent college graduate, after having attended the second Future Leaders meeting out of four on September 29, it...

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Where Did My Money Go? How to Get Spending Habits Under Control

Spending habits can be deeply ingrained and hard to break — they’re called habits because they’re regular behaviors you...

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Future Leaders Provides Insight into a Career in Financial Services for Undergraduates

As a recent college graduate, after having attended the first Future Leaders meeting out of four on September 22, and...

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Life Insurance Awareness Month Is a Great Time to Consider Your Life Insurance Needs

NAIFA is pleased to join our members and industry partners, including Life Happens, to commemorate September as Life...

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Fairway Mortgage presents: How Not to Lose In Retirement

It was all about what you could gain during your earning years-- and now in retirement, it is how not to lose.  Join...

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How to Have Fun This Summer Without Breaking the Bank

A big part of why we want to make (or save) money in the first place is to enjoy it. But it’s hard to save for concert...

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Focus on Retirement Happiness to Make the Annuity Case

I think everyone dreams of a retirement where they can live a long and happy life. This has been researched by PhDs...

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When to use an emergency fund: 5 do’s and 5 don’ts

You’ve built an emergency fund, scrimping and saving all the way. First, it was $100. Then, it hit $1,000. Finally, you...

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