There are four key pillars used to improve your financial health: Spend, Save, Borrow and Plan. Today we’re focusing on *Plan* to help you master your finances.
The future holds a lot of possibilities and unknowns. Smart financial planning, including insurance and savings, can help you and your family weather unexpected financial hardships, such as a huge medical bill, loss in the family, or auto accident ending in a lawsuit.
Ensuring Your Future
There are very few things people buy that they hope to never use. Insurance is one of those items. But when a disaster happens, the right insurance helps you and your family bounce back instead of falling deep into debt. Be sure you carry adequate liability coverage on your home and auto policies. You also want long-term disability coverage while you depend on your employment income. Equally, life insurance might be necessary if someone depends on you for their livelihood. Other insurance options that protect your future include renters’ insurance, disability insurance, and medical coverage. Want to save on annual premiums? Try increasing your deductibles and always shop around for the best deals.
- Why you should have renters’ insurance
- Learn about your life insurance options
- How to shop for car insurance
- Save more than just 15 minutes with Nevada Insurance Services
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Financial Fitness | Learn
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Money Management | Monitor
Get a complete look at your entire financial picture (including your accounts at other financial institutions) with and Keeptrack®, our online financial tracking tool. It’s a great way to set financial goals, stay on budget and track all of your money. You’ll find this free tool in our Online and Mobile Banking.
Check out the rest of our Financial Literacy Month articles: Master Your Money and Finances
One Nevada Credit Union is a sponsor of our Las Vegas and Reno Women’s Money 2018 Conference. The Reno Conference will occur on June 9th, 2018. If you want to learn more about money management, register for the conference here.