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Insurance & Financial Advisors, Employee Benefits
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of people primarily working from home tripled between 2019 and 2021. That is 27.6 million Americans. Don't think that hackers haven't noticed this, and don't think that you don't have anything to protect. Your home business is more at risk than you probably imagined, but it doesn't have to be that way. Here are 5 steps to make it more secure and ensure that your hard work doesn't get lost or stolen.
As a professional getting closer to retirement, creating a will, trust, and estate plan might feel increasingly urgent. But where do you begin? And who has the time? It might feel overwhelming to create and collect documents with all the different professionals required to protect your estate, including financial planners, lawyers, and insurance agents.
Over the course of our blog, we have mentioned several key elements that make an insurance company desirable for customers. From offering clients bespoke solutions to their needs all the way to ensuring they are satisfied with your service and policies; everything adds up.
When it comes to legacy planning, many think that distributing your financial assets is all there is to a good legacy. However, it is important to remember that money will only last so long, while property tends to lose its sentimental value over time.
A survey published in 2019 showed that globally, 54% of individuals were concerned about their privacy. 68% of Latin Americans and 48% in North America reflected the same concern. More than 61% of Americans suggested that they wanted to do more to protect their privacy. Here is a graph to illustrate our point:
IIn 2020, 54% of Americans owned life insurance, while 91.5% had a health insurance plan. Despite the substantial gap in ownership percentages, these terms, health and life insurance, are often mistakenly used interchangeably. This common error can have direct implications for financial planning and, ultimately, one's well-being.