A 401k is a qualified retirement plan that allows eligible employees of a company to save and invest for their own retirement on a tax-deferred basis
A 403(b) plan, also known as a tax-sheltered annuity (TSA) plan, is a retirement plan for certain employees of public schools, employees of certain tax-exempt organizations, and certain ministers.
A Traditional IRA, allows an individual to get a tax deduction for money that is set aside for retirement. A Roth IRA gives investors a "pay now, save later" tax advantage, unlike 401(k) or traditional IRAs, which tax withdrawals in retirement.
Supplemental health insurance policies, when purchased in addition to your primary health insurance, can help alleviate the burden of unforeseen out-of-pocket medical and non-medical expenses not covered by your primary insurance.
Medicare Supplemental Insurance
Supplemental Medicare insurance plans help senior citizens pay expenses not covered by traditional Medicare coverage. The plans pay regardless of any other insurance you may have, and the plans cover health conditions immediately with no exclusion for pre-existing conditions.
Group life insurance is a type of life insurance in which a single contract covers an entire group of people. Typically, the policy owner is an employer or an entity such as a labor organization, and the policy covers the employees or members of the group.