Senior Financial Advisor Judson Meinhart explains the basics of health savings accounts (HSAs) and how it can benefit your retirement.
I was playing tennis last week with a buddy of mine. I texted this week to see if he was up for playing again. His response, “Can’t, I’m in the hospital. Played yesterday. Had a heart attack.” I couldn’t believe it! This is a younger, former college athlete. Talk about a wakeup call. A fall, sickness (think of how many individuals contracted an illness in the last few years) or cardiovascular issue can leave you without income temporarily or permanently. You are your greatest financial asset. Your ability to earn a living — to earn a paycheck — should be protected.
When is the last time you thought about your homeowners and auto insurance?
I am most thankful for my health and the good health of my loved ones. But, good news aside, I’ve been thinking a lot about the end of life recently.
Individuals who are continuing to work because they are concerned about the health insurance conundrum is a very real and common concern. However, this concern is not an accurate reflection of the facts on the ground.