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What All Can You Use An HSA For?

Health savings accounts (HSAs) have become extremely popular in the past decade. According to key findings of a Devenir Research study, HSA accounts exceeded 25 million in a recent year, holding $53.8 billion in assets. HSAs are popular with employees enrolled in Qualified High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) because they allow them to pay for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses for themselves and their families with tax-free...

Healthier Comfort Food Alternatives

It is no secret that many people turn to comfort food in times of stress, loneliness, or rejection (such as Ben & Jerry’s directly from the carton after a breakup). Comfort foods can be described as foods that provide consolation or a feeling of well-being. They give us emotional comfort heightened by our senses of taste, touch, and smell. They are more likely to be...

Is Graded Death Benefit Life Insurance Worth The Cost?

Graded death benefit insurance has important advantages for certain people. It may be worth the cost if you want the protection of permanent life insurance coverage, but may not qualify for another permanent life insurance plan because of health issues. What Is Graded Death Benefit Insurance? Graded death benefit insurance is permanent, as opposed to term life insurance. What makes it different from standard permanent...

How Garage Insurance Can Protect Your Mechanic Business

Garage insurance is designed to protect garage owners against different types of liability. Any business that involves working on or around vehicles needs this type of insurance, particularly a mechanic business. Our knowledgeable agent can advise you on the garage insurance your mechanic business needs and help you find the best available rates. What Is Garage Insurance? Garage insurance is specialized general liability insurance for...

How Is Condo Insurance Different From Homeowners Insurance?

Whether the space you live in is a condo or a house, if you own your own home, you need insurance. Property owners are responsible not only for what happens to their property, but also for what happens to visitors on the premises. However, a condo is not the same type of structure as a house, and there are key differences between homeowners insurance and...