A family floater health insurance policy is a product designed to give comprehensive protection to your family members such as spouses, parents, and siblings. The plan gives you the financial support for the medical expenses incurred during the treatment of any family member.  Let’s understand the benefits of a family floater policy in detail: Benefits

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It’s become a fantasy, this idea of erasing your credit card debt. You dream about it and allow yourself to feel how sweet it would be. Well, newsflash: it is possible!  Here are some tips for paying off credit card debt. Get Rid of That High-Balance Card First With this approach, you’ll pay off the

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Back at the beginning of 2020, no one thought that we’re facing the biggest economic crisis the modern world has ever seen. The Covid-19 pandemic took over the entire world. Millions of people lost their jobs, and thousands of businesses collapsed.  Governments came out with plans to protect their citizens and SMEs, but it seems

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Earlier this year, I was lured into the hype and bought some trending stocks, even though they looked overvalued to me. Hours later, trading was halted on those stocks, and I lost thousands of dollars in minutes as prices tumbled, at least on paper. I didn’t panic sell and held several months longer before dumping

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If you are looking to invest, you will likely come across two major types of investment funds: exchange-traded funds and mutual funds. Both of these investment options pool investor money and allow investors to diversify their portfolios without having to buy each of the individual assets in the fund one by one. Exchange-traded funds (EFTs)

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So, you’ve decided to explore the stock market and start making some investments, but you may be asking yourself: Do I really need a broker? Isn’t it enough that I just do the research and pick the stocks that feel right for me? Well, a broker can be the difference between investments that just sit

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For many people, personal growth is intrinsically linked with their financial situation. While most people who are seeking to grow as a person do not pursue wealth because they feel it will make them happy, financial stability is important if a person wants to be able to focus on growing themself as a person.  Even

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A book that has developed a cult-like following in the Financial Independence (FI/FIRE) community, “The Simple Path to Wealth: Your road map to financial independence and a rich, free life by J L Collins,” is our book of the month. The initial concept for this guide to wealth came as Collins wrote a series of

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made a significant impact on every aspect of human life. With business owners closing their establishments and people getting laid off from their jobs unexpectedly, it’s typical for everyone to feel lost and unsafe.  Besides the overwhelming concern on physical health, the economic effects of COVID-19 are real and hefty. No

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This month’s personal development book recommendation is another classic. The book “Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not” by Robert Kiyosaki has changed how many think about money. Enjoy this month’s selection! If you’ve already read this one, be sure to check

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I’m a big proponent of spending quality time with family. Unfortunately, vacations can add up in a hurry, especially flights. That’s why when I ran into a way to get free flights to Hawaii, I felt like I needed to share. Here’s a simple travel hack you can use to get free flights to nearly

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As an executive and business owner, I have to chuckle sometimes when I see books like “The 4-Hour Workweek.” Work-life balance is not a 4-hour workweek. Don’t get me wrong, I actually like that book, it has some solid advice. But I feel like the expectation that material like that sets up is completely unrealistic

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In the book, “Built to Last,” a study of highly successful companies, authors identified rejecting the “Tyranny of the OR” and embracing the “Genius of the AND” as one of the habits of highly successful leaders. They found that one of the real powers behind these companies was that their leaders didn’t settle for the

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True success is all about balance in your life. Our careers, family, clubs, and health are all competing for our time, and all are important. This session will get you thinking about where you should focus your efforts to make the most of your limited time. Description: Based on the workbook “Balance,” created by Don

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I saw a post the other day from a small business owner who was annoyed about the cost of getting a website created. “Why should I pay thousands of dollars for something I know is pretty simple to do? Can’t I pay someone an hourly rate to do this for me? I know it doesn’t

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From Matthew 25:14-30 comes a story about those who choose to use the gifts they have wisely, and those who do not. As you read this story, consider which of these people you are. The Parable of the Investors “A man going on an extended trip called his servants together and delegated responsibilities. To one,

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