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Now, More than Ever Before, Responsibility is Yours

The spring tornado season of 2011 will easily go down in history as one of the deadliest on record, with both storm counts and death tolls more than doubling the previous year’s figures. In Tuscaloosa, AL, over 335 lives were […]

Staggering Numbers Approach Retirement Feeling Unprepared

The past two to three years have marked a major shift in the way Americans approaching retirement view this “third act” of life.  Once regarded as “Golden Years” in which many of life’s dreams could finally come to fruition, retirement […]

Does Your Life Insurance Policy Still Pass the Test?

When it comes to life insurance, there’s a common saying: “The best kind of policy is the one that’s in place when you need it.” While there’s no question that some form of coverage is always better than none, there’s […]

Social Security Trusts to Run Dry in 2036

Some concerning news was recently released by the Social Security Board of Trustees. In its annual report outlining Social Security’s financial health, Trustees reported that the joint assets of the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance trusts will be […]

Chris Featured in TheStreet.com

I was recently featured in an article on TheStreet.com. Here is an excerpt from the piece:  “Private sector payroll growth slowed so much in May, which strengthens the argument that the slowdown story will continue,” said Chris Hobart, president and […]