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Life Guidance: Insurance Strategies

Insuring against financial hardship.
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Coverage to consider

Protecting against a major loss is an important part of maintaining your financial health. Consider the facts that the average auto claim is over $6,300,1 or that more than one in four of today's 20-year-olds will become disabled before age 67,2 and you'll quickly see how a single event can upend your good savings habits.


If you own a vehicle, you're legally required to have insurance. But you have options regarding the types and amount of coverage to carry.


Healthcare can be expensive – but untreated conditions could cost your life. If your employer doesn't offer it, you can still get affordable health insurance.

Homeowners & renters

Homeowners and renters insurance can cover not only your residence and its contents, but also protect against liability if someone gets injured on your property.


Life insurance provides peace-of-mind that loved ones will be provided for and expenses can be covered if you should pass away unexpectedly.

Long-term care

People are living longer – and needing care that's not typically covered by Medicare. Long-term care coverage can protect your assets while preserving your independence.

Insurance 101

Premiums and co-pays, low-deductible vs. high-deductible policies… insurance can be complicated. Our online learning module helps you understand how various types of insurance work, as well as how coverage affects what you pay when you have a claim.

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1. Insurance Information Institute.
2. Social Security Administration.