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How Seeing A Dentist Can Improve Your Overall Health

Most people know that seeing a dentist regularly is good for oral health and the appearance of your smile. But not everyone knows that it can also improve your overall health. Oral health is more important than most people realize. The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health Oral health provides clues about your general health, and problems in the mouth can affect the entire... Read Article

What Is the Right Time to Purchase Life Insurance?

Life insurance is important because it provides financial security for your loved ones should you become incapacitated or pass away. Even if you have no assets to pass on, a life insurance policy can provide an inheritance for them. It can also be used to pay off outstanding debts, such as a mortgage, car loan, or credit card debts, to avoid placing additional burdens on... Read Article

Why It Is Important to Review Your Insurance Policies on a Yearly Basis

Insurance policies are living documents. They can, and should be, changed periodically to accommodate changes in circumstances and needs of the policyholder. At Insurance Strategies, Inc. in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our agents can assist you with an annual review of your home, auto, and life insurance policies to help ensure you have the coverage you need without paying more than you need to. Reasons to Review... Read Article

Do You Have Enough Life Insurance?

Most of us would prefer not to think about what would happen to our families if something happened to us. Life insurance is something we may have to force ourselves to think about, just like a will. The good news is that purchasing a whole life insurance policy can be a great financial investment. This form of insurance not only allows your life to be... Read Article

How Should You Pay for Your Health Insurance?

Consumer-driven healthcare offers three popular tax-advantaged benefit accounts -- the Health Savings Account (HSA), the Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) and the Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Each of these three types of accounts: Is sponsored by the employer; Is designed to offset the high cost of medical care; Involves tax-advantaged contributions; and Allow individuals more control of their personal healthcare needs. Beyond these common features, there... Read Article