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the Sage of Madison Heights

In honor of this week’s BI National Convention, here’s a lengthy (but representative) Smart Money article about NAIC, investment clubs and Tom O’Hara. Smart Money is “extinct” and reprints of the January 1999 issue are scarce. 3,635 more words


Hillsview Royale - Naic, Cavite

Each day at Hillsview Royale is an experience of pure enjoyment, simple living, new found freedom and of independent living. This vibrant subdivision will be the new home for thousands of Pag-IBIG Fund members – a faithful compliance to the national government’s shelter program for the Filipino working class. 205 more words


Which Health Plan Applies?

When your employees are covered by more than one health plan, you’ll want to know which plan is “primary,” insurance jargon for the one that pays claims first. 670 more words

Employee Benefits

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The idyllic and serene life can most likely be found in the countryside. Below is a farm bordered by coconut trees in Naic, with the mountains of Maragondon seen in the background.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


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The country’s favourite sport and pastime perhaps is basketball. Filipino youths can play anytime and anywhere, such as late in the afternoon and inside a town cemetery.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


How to shop for good deals on insurance in Maine


By Russ Van Arsdale, executive director Northeast CONTACT

Posted March 07, 2016, at 12:31 p.m.

Many state-by-state rankings put Maine at or near the bottom.

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Florida home insurance: Still U.S. costliest despite decade storm lull

Hurricanes may have swerved away since 2005, but Florida’s homeowners are still taking direct hits on the wallet.

Florida homeowners pay the nation’s most expensive insurance premiums,  $2,115, up from $2,084 a year earlier, statistics released Wednesday show. 118 more words