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When beginning to build their families, few parents expect to have a child with special needs. However, the experience is surprisingly common and affects millions of people throughout the United States. In fact, current estimates show that approximately 1 in 6 children from age 3 to 17 have at least one developmental disorder. Any parent […]

Medicare Open Enrollment Medicare annual election period runs October 15 through December 7. During this time, you can make changes to various aspects of your coverage and review your medical or prescription plan needs. We will also do a complimentary retirement check up to ensure your coverage is adequate for the coming years of retirement. […]

Family Conversations: Financial Hardship & Life Changes When is the last time you talked about your insurance plan with your family? If you’re assuming that you should just take care of it yourself and avoid the conversation, think again. It can be hard to talk about what life would be like for your family if […]

This time of year we’re honoring grads and dads. But finding a gift they really want or need can be tricky! Turns out, it’s a great time to buy a gift card. Financial professional Mindy McIntosh talks with WSMH FOX 66 Profitt Report about how to protect yourself from scams and get great bonus deals! […]

New Study: 1 in 3 Americans Confess Stopping Retirement Savings At Least Once While a whopping 94% of Americans give themselves a passing grade in financial literacy, 1 in 3 Americans have confessed to stopping retirement savings at least once, according to a new report from IALC. This startling data* provides the latest peek into […]

From childcare… to college… to cell phone bills, moms pay a steep price for their bundles of joy. And that’s one of the reasons we set aside one day every year to say thank you to mom. With mother’s day approaching, financial professional Mindy Mcintosh talks with FOX66 Profitt Report and breaks down the price […]

Kids & Finances: Give, Save & Spend In our house we use three labeled piggy banks to build a foundation and serve a specific purpose – GIVE, SAVE and SPEND. We use a clear colored jar to save – so they see the money growing. For younger children having the banks color coded is great […]