Do you hate insurance? You might want to rethink that stance. When it comes to insurance, we generally meet three types of clients: Clients who hate insurance, “it’s a waste of money!” Clients who are haphazardly insured. They may have coverage they don’t need, or can’t afford, or the wrong type or amount of insurance
The fate of our Medicare and Social Security benefits are back in the news with the program’s annual report released June 5th. The news isn’t great but a crisis can be avoided. WHAT IS THE STATUS OF THESE GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS? Medicare’s finances were downgraded: the Medicare insurance fund will be depleted in 2026, earlier
At the office, little strikes fear into the heart of employees like the annual open enrollment period for workplace benefits. It is a time of big decisions with significant financial impact. As seen on WBIR, Knoxville’s NBC affiliate station. WHAT EXACTLY IS “OPEN ENROLLMENT” FOR BENEFITS? In the U.S., open enrollment season is a
On a typical Easter weekend, we travel to the Tri-Cities to visit relatives. One particularly sweet soul that we enjoy seeing is Aunt Naomi. She is almost 90 years old and living independently. “All I do is pay bills and check stuff,” she said last weekend: Is the door locked? Did I leave the water
WBIR: Paul Fain explains how to make sure you have the right homeowner’s insurance.
While many Americans recognize that it is important to protect loved ones with life insurance, far too many lack adequate coverage. National Life Insurance Awareness Month is intended to prompt Americans to assess their life insurance needs.
Click here for more information about life insurance needs and policy options.
WBIR: September is “Life Insurance Awareness” month – an effort to raise awareness about the need for life insurance. Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us to look at your insurance plan and your money.