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Today's Key Question:
Are you concerned about how the current low-interest rate environment could affect your whole life insurance policy?
The article below from Kiplinger has some answers for you.
"In A Pandemic Rut? Work Harder, Not Just Smarter"
* It's one thing to have talent. But to get the most out of those skills, work hard and be resilient to drive yourself to greater gains — especially when facing roadblocks.
"How Businesses Can Adapt to Changing Mandates Under COVID-19"
* Social distancing, business closures, cancelled events. As governments across the globe react to COVID-19, small businesses should be prepared to make quick changes. Making quick changes must become the new normal for business owners. Use these strategies to adapt.
"Horowitz: Exposing the maskerade: The questions every American should be asking about indefinite mask mandates"
estion we must ask ourselves is this: if our government can now mandate such a personal and disruptive lifestyle change to our bodies with assertions that contradict their own long-standing evidence from just weeks ago and with so many unanswered questions, what else can they do to us without presenting evidence or a transparent and democratic debate? It appears that “my body, my choice” only applies to murdering babies.
We deserve hearings and we deserve answers. We are citizens, not subjects. Just because this virus came from China doesn’t mean the politicians can use it as a pretext to turn us into China.
"Whole Life Insurance … Love It or Leave It?"
* Whole life insurance has several benefits. There is a guaranteed savings account (also known as cash value). Whole life also provides long-term death benefit protection. While there are many reasons to purchase a whole life policy, currently low interest rates are making it challenging for existing whole life policyowners.
Here's a short video from Steve on how you can purchase insurance in these changing times....Watch Here