This month we have some articles and tips that we really feel will provide value to you! March is a busy month for families, coming down from the hustle and bustle of the holidays & winter, getting ready for spring vacations, and trying to keep on track with those new years resolutions.


What will a Good Travel Medical Policy Do for You?

Travel medical insurance policies are designed to pick up where your primary domestic health plan leaves off, and fill in these gaps. The most comprehensive plans will include coverage for big-ticket items such as hospitalizations, surgeries and medically necessary evacuations as well as more basic services like physician office visits, ambulance services, prescription medication and more. Get an instant quote and READ MORE


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Is Paying Off a Low-Interest Mortgage a Good Idea?

For many families, a home loan constitutes a significant portion of their household debt. As a result, some people choose to reduce this debt as much as possible before entering retirement. In fact, nearly one in three retirees have mortgage debt, and 17% of those paying off debt say that their mortgage is a top financial priority.[1] READ MORE

 


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“You get in life what you have the courage to ask for.”

– Oprah Winfrey


Social Security: By the Numbers

Social Security has been a pillar of retirement life for several decades, but how much do you really know about it? Here are a handful of facts that might surprise you READ MORE


Volunteering is a Feel-Good Activity

Simply put, helping others makes us feel good. Even better, volunteering to help others, for your own happiness and without expectation of anything in return, holds many benefits. Here are just a few:

It’s bigger than all of us. Helping others allows you to feel grateful for what you have because you can step outside of yourself and become connected to something that takes on a purposeful, greater belonging.

An attitude of gratitude. When you help someone who may not be as fortunate as you, it puts life into perspective and may just reveal how many blessings you actually have.

Compassion and connection. When you can serve with kindness and compassion, it connects you with the oneness of humanity and affords a sense of belonging.

You’re present. Being present—being fully in the moment—yields a great sense of wellbeing.

Sympathetic joy. There is joy in making someone else happy. And it makes you happy, too!

Tip adapted from The Chopra Center[i]

[i] https://chopra.com/articles/6-ways-volunteering-makes-you-happy

Have a great March!