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Life Insurance

Life Insurance Payouts and You: The Facts You Need to Know

September 26, 2022. Robert Yaniz Jr

What you should know as a policyholder and what to expect if you are a beneficiary.

Life Insurance

It’s Time for Millennials to Get Life Insurance

September 19, 2022. AAA Staff

Millennials are at the prime stage in life to start thinking about and investing in life insurance.

Mortgages

Use a Home Equity Loan for Renovations and More

September 14, 2022. Andrew Sheldon

Home equity loans can be an effective way of paying for renovations or other major life expenses. But how exactly do they work?

Life Insurance

How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?

August 30, 2022. Robert Yaniz Jr

Have you thought about all the expenses your life insurance policy will need to cover?

Mortgages

You Bought (or Sold) a House! What to Expect on Closing Day

August 09, 2022. Shantal Riley

A rundown of business that needs to be taken care of on closing day and what you can do to prepare.

Budget-Wise & Theme Park Vacations

11 Ways to Save Money on a Theme Park Vacation

August 08, 2022. Tara Schatz

Theme park vacations are great, but they don’t come cheap. Check out these tips for smart ways to save on booking and while you are at the park.

Life Insurance

Term vs. Whole Life Insurance: What Is the Difference?

July 22, 2022. Robert Yaniz Jr

Thinking about life insurance but not sure if you should go with a whole or term policy? We explore the basics of each to help you determine which plan is right for you.

Budget-Wise & Savings

Building Your Budgeting Toolbox

June 13, 2022. Marisa Perjatel

Like any job, budgeting becomes easier when you have the right tools. Find out what you need to know to save.

Auto Insurance

What Is GAP Insurance?

January 10, 2022. Marisa Perjatel

As car prices skyrocket, you may want to consider GAP insurance. Learn more about this optional coverage and how it could save you money.

Savings

Why You Should Have a Rainy Day Fund

December 14, 2021. Nalea Ko

Things don’t always go the way you expect them to. Learn how to build your rainy day fund and be financially prepared for when an emergency occurs.