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Health Insurance in the Summer

Health insurance isn’t a topic that’s approached during the summer months. With all the traveling and busyness of the season, we tend to put the consideration of health insurance plans off until Open Enrollment in November. However, summer is a perfect time to begin the process of examining your health insurance needs and doing your due-diligence in finding the best suited health plan for you and your family. This topic is one we often help our clients navigate. Here are

Today is the Day You’ll Learn More About Life Insurance

Have you ever awakened after a wonderful night’s sleep, opened your eyes, stretched, looked out the window and said to yourself wistfully, “Today is the day I’ll learn more about life insurance.” Probably not. Life insurance isn’t exactly something we like to toss around in our heads while we go about our day. However, there are times in life when the topic becomes extremely important – and we wish we learned more and select the right life insurance coverage for

Marathon for the Cure: Join Our Team!

Breast cancer is one of the leading killers in our country, and we at Marathon Financial Advisors take seriously the responsibility to further the work to find a cure. As so many are impacted by this disease, it is in their honor and in, for some, their memory that we serve as agents for change as it relates to this disease. It is our responsibility to continue the resolve to help end breast cancer, once and for all. We must

Financial Homework Before The Year Ends

As we approach the end of the year, we all too often become so busy that we forget to attend to some very important issues.  Just as we should remember to change the batteries in our smoke detectors on the 1st of April [National Smoke Alarm Day] we should equally be vigilant to check a few other things in December. Find a day to devote a few hours to the following: Insurance policies: December is a wonderful time to check your

Insurance Planning for the Beginner

I met with a young couple a few weeks ago.  They have 2 young children, both work full time, and were ready to learn more about how to develop a financial plan. In their middle thirties, Tanya and David have a combined annual income of $119,000. They have student loans of nearly $58,000, some credit card debt, and a new mortgage of $190,000.  The couples’ situation is familiar, and not uncommon. Recently, a friend’s serious illness motivated them to contact my

5 Steps to a Healthier Holiday Season

The hustle and bustle at this time of the year is filled with planning for the holidays, cooking, shopping and the excitement of a new season.  The snows will be flying, basketball will return as a focal point for many and we begin to bundle-up as the winter winds arrive. We also often sense the stress levels going up with such a busy agenda for us all. The opportunities of this time are enormous and some should not be missed nor

“Be the Cure” – Join Marathon!

For the last 19 years, we have been inspired by those who joined us in supporting the Race for the Cure. Enormous changes in diagnostic techniques and treatments have been made during that time, and thankfully, we’re coming closer to ending breast cancer once and for all. SATURDAY • MAY 20 NYS • FAIR GROUNDS   9AM – 1 MILE • 10AM – 5K RUN/WALK We’re proud that our collective contribution has made a difference and an impact on the lives of people