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January 27, 2018

Balancing Work and Life
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It’s a constant struggle for most people: trying to stay on top of everything in your work and personal life without falling behind. We’ll have the story. There’s a big insurance gap in America; over a third of parents with young children have no life insurance at all. We’ll hear from an expert with tips on how to protect you family’s future
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Balancing Work and Life
These days, nearly everyone struggles to balance their work and home lives. Deirdre Maloney, author of Bogus Balance: Your Journey to Real Work/Life Bliss said that no one can achieve a perfect balance. She said it is possible to find real balance and satisfaction by setting priorities and accepting that you can’t have it all. She explained why it is important to analyze your own values and priorities on a regular basis.
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Parents and Life Insurance
37% of Americans with children under age 18 do not have any life insurance, according to a new study. And about one-third of the parents who do have life insurance have no more than $100,000 of protection. Doug Whiteman, Insurance Analyst at explained why this is such a great concern. He also offered suggestions on how to shop for life insurance and how to determine how much coverage is necessary.
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The Impact of Late Career Change
Richard Johnson, PhD, Senior Fellow at the Urban Institute, an independent non-partisan organization that evaluates social and economic issues studied Americans who change careers after age 50. He found that most take pay cuts and accept lesser health benefits, but are still happier in their new jobs. He explained why these workers decide to switch careers, and offered advice for older job hunters.
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