Consider Long-term Care Insurance

With the average life expectancy of Americans at 77.8 years, the likelihood that we will need long-term care (LTC) has increased dramatically. In fact, more than half of us will spend part of our lives in situations that require some sort of LTC. Americans who reach age 65 will have a 70 percent chance of […]
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Advice Worth $20,000 A Minute

In the early 1900s, Charles M. Schwab (not the financial guru Charles Schwab), Andrew Carnegie’s right-hand man and president of Bethlehem Steel, wanted to increase his efficiency and that of his management team. John D. Rockefeller Sr. suggested Schwab meet with Ivy Lee, a well-known efficiency expert and his personal consultant. Schwab was extremely busy, […]
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