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There are two ways to invest in stocks or bonds. Buy individual stocks or bonds Invest in a group of stocks and bonds through what are known as ETFs (exchange traded funds) or mutual funds While you can go out and pick individual stocks, the best...

Private student loans are a way to fill in the gaps when federal loans don’t cover the cost of college. Not all private student loan lenders are equal. Sallie Mae student loans provide flexible options for undergrad and grad students. Let’s take a closer look at Sallie Mae...

AIG Life is a leader in the life insurance industry. It’s a large and stable company serving customers throughout the world. These facts alone may propel AIG onto your shortlist as you shop for life insurance coverage to protect your family. But life insurance is personal, and...

Going to college is an investment in your future. It will provide you with the necessary skill sets as you step into the next phase of life – as well as substantially increase your earning potential. But college isn’t a cheap investment. In fact, statistics tell...

Life insurance has existed for centuries. Customers value stability and reliability. So naturally, the industry does not change quickly. In recent decades, however, many life insurance companies have started working harder to attract younger applicants by streamlining the process of getting coverage. Principal Financial Life Insurance has...

Figuring out how to fund college can feel like finding your way through a maze. A high-pressure, high-stakes maze at that. Studies show that those who have a four-year degree significantly outearn those with lower levels of education prior to age 64 -- even when you...

Life insurance should be a financial safety net for your dependents. If you died unexpectedly, the insurance payout could help your loved ones survive without your income. But how do you find the right safety net? Hundreds of life insurance companies offer dozens of different policy...

When everything’s going well - purchasing life insurance is the last thing on your mind. You’re healthy, active, and young – you’ll think about it later! But you know where I stand. Life insurance serves many purposes  – and I think it's a wise financial decision everyone...

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