In Health and in Wealth: The Evolution of the FFO
The 1960s led to innovations like touch-tone telephones and the moon landing – and it also sparked a transformative shift away from the “traditional” family structure of the ‘50s. As households and family roles change over the decades, taking care of finances is increasingly becoming a shared responsibility between spouses....
How to Manage Debt When Tying the Knot
Preparing for your big day can lead to big spending, so it’s important to have a plan to help ensure that you and your new spouse can live happily ever after. Congratulations! You’re engaged! Amid that whirlwind of celebration, you pick out your dream venue, imagine your ideal décor and...
5 Simple Steps for Changing Your Last Name When Getting Married
If you’ve recently tied the knot, you may have taken your spouse’s surname. While not everyone chooses to change their last name after marriage, if you have, here are some tips to follow. STEP 1: Obtain Your Marriage License Before you can change anything, you will need your original marriage...
Getting Married? Have You Thought About Life Insurance?
Learn more about how Amica Life will take the time to listen and understand your unique needs. Whether you are...
Crafting Life Insurance as Your Life Evolves
There are several reasons to retain and consider additional life insurance through your retirement years: Do you have a loan...
What You Need to Know About Your Beneficiary Information
Learn how reviewing your life insurance policy can help protect your loved ones.
Your Helpful Life Insurance Guide: Getting Married
As you and your partner begin your journey together as a married couple, there are some important things you should know about life insurance.
The Journey of Life Insurance
Your life insurance needs can change as you experience different life moments. From starting a career to buying a home, various milestones affect your life in many ways. However, it’s easy for people to forget these major life events should trigger you to look into buying life insurance or reviewing...
New Love, New Beneficiary?
Second marriages are increasingly common, and they are spurring important financial questions. A rising number of wedded Americans are finding that the second time’s the charm: In 2013, there were nearly 42 million remarried adults living in the United States, versus 22 million in 1980.1 In 40 percent of today’s weddings,...