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Are you turning 65 soon? Do you know if you will be automatically enrolled in Medicare? Medicare states "some" people will be automatically enrolled. We are recommending you contact Medicare 90 days before you turn 65 and check your status.
Worried about C19 and how it may effect your enrollment? Call Brian @ 317-846-1005 ex1 and schedule a safe virtual visit! A virtual visit is a safe way to get all your questions answered about your health insurance needs!
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Brian J. Borshoff LUTCF
Borshoff and Associates
P.O. Box 104
Carmel, IN
317-846-1005
Jul 8, 2020
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What Solopreneurs Should Know About Insurance
Working as a solopreneur has a ton of benefits, but one disadvantage is that you won’t have an employer to provide you with insurance. Not all employers offer insurance to begin with, but if you’re used to being enrolled as a …
Home Business
The Big Choice: Original Medicare vs. Medicare Advantage
As you think about how Medicare will cover your health care needs, your first major decision should be whether you want to enroll in …
AARP
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Here’s an easy, low-cost way to build a retirement plan like the pros
Saving for retirement can be hard. Planning how to spend that nest egg — while ensuring the money doesn't run out — is harder. But …
CNBC
Have you been turned down for life insurance?
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Do you have a medical condition and cannot buy life insurance? Need final expense coverage? I maybe able to help. Call Brian 317-846-1005
Borshoff and Associates
Don't let C19 keep you from getting the Best coverage!
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Worried about C19? Need to get coverage? Schedule a safe online virtual visit! Call Brian@ 317-846-1005
ex1 and schedule a virtual visit about your Medicare coverage!
Borshoff and Associates
Do I need to buy life and disability outside of my job?
If my husband and I have life and disability policies through our employers, is that sufficient? Both of us have very high …
USA Today
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HSAs Get Even Better
As the country dealt with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic this spring, lawmakers and regulators scrambled to ease the pain …
Kiplinger
Stimulus money could pose dilemmas in nursing homes
Nursing home residents are among the Americans getting $1,200 checks as part of the U.S. government's plan to revive the …
ABC News
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The Pros and Cons of 529s vs. UTMA Accounts
When Albert Einstein said that compound interest is the universe's most powerful force, he wasn't kidding. Set aside $5 a day, every …
Money
The Relationship Between Interest Rates and the Bond Market
With the current climate around the economy and market, many people are becoming interested in bond prices and interest rates and how …
Investor Junkie
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Good Debt Vs. Bad Debt. What's the Difference?
There certainly is an argument to be made that no debt is good debt, but borrowing money and taking on debt is the only way many people …
Investopedia
Nearly half the U.S. population is without a job
Nearly half of the population is still out of a job showing just how far the U.S. labor market has to heal in the wake of the …
CNBC
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For Financially Responsible Kids, Do NOT Do These 3 Things
No, I'm not a middle-aged ogre delighting in the social setbacks of the young. I'm a fan of the young people out there who are learning …
Kiplinger
Cartoon
"Stocks plummeted today on forecasts that the sun will rise again and tomorrow will be another day."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
Trivia
What are the only states that accept the penny in toll booths?
See the answer below.
Find a Great Place to Retire
Choosing a place to spend your retirement years has never been easy, but these days, it's particularly challenging …
Kiplinger
What Year Was It?
Monkey Trial Begins
What Year
In Dayton, Tennessee, the so-called "Monkey Trial" begins with John Thomas Scopes, a young high school science teacher, accused of teaching evolution in violation of a Tennessee state law.
The day was Jul 10. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Derivatives in and of themselves are not evil. There's nothing evil about how they're traded, how they're accounted for, and how they're financed, like any other financial instrument, if done properly."
James Chanos
Trivia Answer
What are the only states that accept the penny in toll booths?
Answer: Illinois and New Jersey
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