Invest In The Stock Market Or Have Life Insurance?

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by Federal Financial Group LLC

The most basic purpose of a life insurance policy is protect your dependents financially in the event of your death. If you have a significant amount of liquid assets or have money invested in the stock market, you may wonder why it would be necessary to also have a life insurance policy. While an increase in income or savings may change the amount of coverage that you may need, it will rarely negate the necessity of life insurance. 

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How much does your family need?

If you were suddenly no longer around to provide for your family, how much money would be enough for them to maintain their current standard of living for the next few years? You would need that amount and more in liquid assets to justify discontinuing a life insurance policy. 

Taking a risk

Investing, by its very nature, is risky. While your stocks may have been successful in the past, a turn in the market or a government action can change all of that. With a life insurance policy, your dependents will have a guaranteed amount of money to receive. They will not have to deal with the stress of depending on a variable market. 

Financial planning is multi-layered

In addition to a life insurance policy with a sufficient amount of coverage, you should have funds in savings accounts and in stocks and mutual funds. 

This post was originally done by Richard Reich.  

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Fashion Show Mall Las Vegas

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Fashion Show Mall
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August 10, 2013

Went to Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas last weekend. Have you seen this already? From a flat floor raises a stage and they do a fashion show right in the center of the mall! Afterwards went to have anchovy pizza at Grimaldi’s!

click here -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_E5SzUeLVY

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Summertime and Back to School

Federal Financial Group LLCDoes summer have to end? We have been enjoying the warm temperatures and summer activities, but now we are being bombarded with advertisements for back to school. Not that back to school is a bad thing, but it means that summer will soon be over. What are some of the things you have done or are doing this summer?

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Movies, Music, Books, Articles, and Leadership Blogs

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Hi! I’m Wendi Kennedy and I am a virtual assistant for all of our blog posts at Federal Financial Group LLC. Anything I post is managed by the PR team at FFG. Feel free to refer to me as a real person if you want, but don’t get out of touch with reality! ;D

Today I’d like to share with you the many blogs that you can peruse hosted by Federal Financial Group! We provide these as a service to the community and we accept guest articles for most of these, as well. So, if you know someone who would like to submit an article, have them send it to socialmedia@ffg2.com and we will post it!

First of all, we have a book review blog that we started just recently: http://federalfinancialgroupllcbookreviews.wordpress.com/  At this point, we have quite the variety of books from spiritual to vampires! Lol! Here are some of the titles and most of these have been submitted by guests! The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, Beautiful Lies by Jessica Warman, Matched Trilogy by Ally Condie (being made into a Disney film), Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, As a Man Thinketh by James Allen, and A Comprehensive Guide to Attracting Women by Mark Manson. Quite the variety so far!  Keep them coming!

Next is an article review blog:  http://federalfinancialgroupllcarticlereviews.wordpress.com/ We only have three reviews on there, so far! Feel free to send one in!

One of my favorites is our music review: http://musicreviewsfederalfinancialgroupllc.wordpress.com/ So far, we have shared a blog about Kansas, written a couple about “Jimmy Eat World” and done an exclusive about “Songs Become Water” a new duet on the music scene. There will be plenty more to come!

We also have a brand new leadership blog. This one will feature generic leadership topics initially, but later we will be getting leadership tips from our own executive team! Looking forward to that! http://federalfinancialgroupllcleadership.wordpress.com/

And last, but definitely not least, is our movie reviews. Man of Steel with Superman played by Henry Cavill, 42 starring Chadwick Boseman, Despicable Me 2 (Steve Carell), Argo with Ben Affleck, Lincoln played by Daniel Day-Lewis, The Lone Ranger with Tonto played by Johnny Depp, Midnight in Paris starring Owen Wilson, The Internship with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, Fast & Furious 6 starring Vin Diesel, A Perfect Day with Rob Lowe, and Zero Dark Thirty starring Jason Clarke.  Whew! A long line up, but worth it! I predict this will be our most popular blog! http://federalfinancialgroupllcmoviereviews.wordpress.com/

We don’t just do this for fun, even though it is fun! We write these blogs so that everyone will know that Federal Financial Group LLC is committed to serving in our community. Our agents serve individuals and families by helping them create financial independence and we serve by sharing cool stuff in the community!

 

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Utah: More Than Donny and Marie and “the Mormons”

Utah is More Than Donny and Marie and Mormons
By Susan Escalante, Director of Public Relations, Federal Financial Group LLC

Last month I was looking for a place to have lunch in Little Italy in Manhattan. As my husband and I walked around trying to find someplace that looked like they had authentic recipes, there were men standing at the front of several establishments trying to invite us to have lunch at their restaurant.

One gentleman asked where we were from and I replied “Utah”. With a classic Brooklyn accent, he said “Oh, Donny and Marie and the Mormons!” We smiled and agreed politely.

If only the time was right to have shared with him the Utah we know, with Bryce Canyon, Zion’s National Park, hiking, fishing, skiing, the Heber Train, the Uintas and so much more. Here are a few photos that I would have liked to share:

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In Southern Utah, USA

 

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Uinta Mountains, Utah, USA

 

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Utah, USA

 

And yes, Utah has more Osmonds than Donny & Marie! We rode home on a plane with this Osmond, who is also a singer:

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David Osmond, Singer

 

And I just became connected today on LinkedIn with this Osmond – Nathan Osmond. Both Nathan and David are sons of Alan and Suzanne Osmond.

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Nathan Osmond

 

Draper, Utah is also the home of Federal Financial Group LLC headquarters.

So, yes, Mr. New York Italian man, Utah has a lot more to it than Donny, Marie and some Mormons.

But, thank you for asking!

Service Before Politics

Moving Mali Forward

This past week was charged and full of some great events and service projects that we did in the various areas of Bamako, the capital of Mali.

Our PACP delegation headed to Baguineda where our resident eye doctor and Secretary General of PACP Aboubacar Sidiki Fomba donated his services to do free cataract surgery. In Mali, to remove cataracts, it costs about 50000 cfa ( $100) per eye. Now think about it. An average Malian will not make more than a $1.25 per day. In fact, most Malians will forgo the cost of an eye surgery because the need of food and other basic amenities for their family is a priority. Fomba has donated his services in many areas. The newest was Baguineda. In Baguineda many older people and young children were brought to get eye tests done and then the surgery. In one case, a man told us that…

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