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Kids Stuck at Home? Try These Fun Indoor Activities

In the midst of the unprecedented life-adjustments Americans have had to adapt because of the coronavirus, everyday heroes are emerging. This includes our healthcare workers, grocery store employees, and the millions of parents whose kids are at home because of school closures.

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What I Would Say to 20-Year Old Me About Money

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago that I was in my twenties, but the reality is, it’s been %$# years.

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Living With HeART #LIAM

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month, and every year, we make a concerted effort to educate the public about the importance of life insurance. For many Americans, the idea of securing life insurance can be overwhelming, and 86% of uninsured people over-estimate the cost of life insurance by nearly two times according to LIMRA.1

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Auto Insurance Coverage in the Gig Economy

For better or worse, it's hard to dispute the fact that the gig economy is most likely here to stay. More and more Americans are taking on part-time "side hustles" that give them the flexibility to earn extra cash during hours that accommodate their schedules. Businesses such as Favor, Uber, Lyft, Air B&B, Amazon Delivery, and DoorDash have no shortage of interested potential employees.

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Tips for Making (and Sticking To) Your Holiday Budget

It's officially the holiday season! For those of you that are like me and love the colder weather, pumpkin-spiced and peppermint flavored treats, and twinkly lights adorning every store front, this the happiest time of the year! That said, it can be really easy to get carried away with the holiday season and the barrage of Black Friday ads and completely blow your budget. The last thing that you want to do is start the new year with a tiny mountain of credit card debt leftover from your holiday shopping binge. Here are my three tried and true tips to help you make and most importantly, stick to your holiday budget.

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