You worked hard in 2015. Your taxes will be filed well in advance of April 15. Now it’s time to ponder what you might do with your tax refund when it finds its way to your bank account. “There are many ways to spend your tax refund, so think clearly before making that decision,” says Cynthia Tidwell, President and CEO of Royal Neighbors of America, one of the largest women-led life insurers in the U. S. “Because you never know what the future holds, it’s wise to put your refund to good use.”
As worldwide headlines will prove, hackers and identity thieves are finding new and creative ways to steal our sensitive personal information every day. For travelers, especially, there are things to be aware of whether you're at the airport, or opening up a laptop at your hotel. Before you consider throwing away your airline boarding pass in a public trash can or posting a picture of it on social media, consider how it could be used to steal your identity.
Tired of buying toys that will break or outfits the little tykes will outgrow in a season? There is an alternative. Grandparents are increasingly giving the gift of life insurance to their grandchildren for many reasons. Read Barbara's story.
You understand the need to protect your family’s long-term financial strategy, but how often do you think about life insurance? Probably close to never. Life changes quickly. There are new babies, grandbabies, homes with mortgages, new jobs or no jobs, schedules to juggle, and worst of all, losses. If you haven’t thought about life insurance lately, it may be time to evaluate your situation.
Royal Neighbors of America doesn't just sell life insurance, we care. Our community programs generated $9.1 million in Social Good in 2015. Social Good is the term that Royal Neighbors uses to describe the volunteer efforts of our 200,000 members and philanthropic activities.
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