September is Life Insurance Awareness Month

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month and Stoneway Financial will be providing a host of information provided to us by www.LifeHappens.org (non-profit that promotes the value of life insurance).  The United States is grossly under-insured.

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Why more retirees are using CD alternatives

Why more retirees are using CD alternatives without Losing Safety on Their Accounts Retirees in the Northwest are using alternatives that produce a much better outcome than current Bank Certificates of Deposit, without losing the

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Personal Property Inventory App

Although making a Personal Property Inventory is probably not the first thing on your to-do list for the weekend, it’s a key component to homeowners and renters insurance .  Here are a couple steps to

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Insure Your Love – Part II

 

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Insure Your Love

As we all know, February is the month of love. Whether it’s hallmark cards, heart-shaped boxes of chocolates, or a dozen red roses – love is everywhere this month. That is why we want to

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4 Auto Insurance Tips For the New Year

Tip 1: Know Your Limits: More often than not, consumers are uninformed about their coverage limits and do not realize how easy and inexpensive it can be raise those limits.   Ensuring suitable coverage will be

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Stoneway Financial Wellness Seminar, December 19th at 7pm

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November is Long Term Care (LTC) Awareness Month… Consider planning NOW vs Later

November is Long Term Care (LTC) Awareness Month. Are you protected against the greatest risk in retirement? Here are your chances after reaching age 65 (stats below are % probability from age 65 on) Events that

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Is your paycheck protected? Part 2

Did you know… 90% of long-term disability claims are due to illness, NOT injury? Most long-term disability claims are not work related meaning they are NOT covered As stated in this blog post, your ability

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Is your paycheck protected?

  Many Americans today think nothing of insuring items like their pet or new iphone.  When it comes to themselves though, roughly only one third of Americans have insurance on their most valuable asset –

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