However you decide to spend your last hours in 2009. All of us here at NCL hope you have a Safe and Enjoyable time with family and friends.
As we say Good Bye to 2009 and begin a fresh year with anticipation, new hopes and dreams – As our New Years resolution lists may be starting to form. I would like to remind you – to not overlook the most important investment you could make in your lifetime.
Life Insurance is for the ones you love the most. Let them know you were thinking of them before they even knew it.
Wishing you all a FABULOUS for 2010!
Did you know that Annuity contracts can be traced all the way back to Roman times?Apparently during the Roman times they were know as annua, or “annual stipends” in Latin. Roman citizens could enter into this contract known as an annua, which would promise the individual a stream of payments for a fixed amount of time or possibly for life.
Annuities are gaining back their popularity these days with the Obama administration encouraging (more…)
Most of us are aware that Life insurance policies provide protection for your children, spouse or business. But have you ever thought of it as the Best Gift you could ever give your loved ones?
Life Insurance Gifts empower you to make a generous financial contribution to your loved ones when you may not have many assets. Your gift will help ensure the future of your family, children and loved ones to have a strong personal (more…)
Inherited IRA aka: Beneficiary IRA
An Inherited IRA is an individual retirement account (IRA) that is left to a beneficiary after the owner’s death and usually are received from a parent, but can be from anyone other than your spouse.
IRAs are among the largest assets left to beneficiaries. Since Inherited IRAs are specifically (more…)
A Rollover IRA is one of the several IRA types available. The Rollover IRA is used to hold funds from a company retirement plan (401k plan) after you leave the company. There are different ways to invest the money in a Rollover IRA and there is no limit on the amount of money you (more…)