Nearly everyone with a child in sports has seen a parent screaming from the bleachers. Research suggests it’s getting worse.
How to Tell Your Barber How to Cut Your Hair
For most guys who aren’t barbers, it can be tough to describe how we want our haircut. If you’re the kind of guy who has trouble articulating the type of haircut you really want, here are a few mens haircut terms that you can use. Mens Haircut Terminology Arch – The arch is the area …
Trends to Watch in Early Clinical Trials
May 27,2015 Sarah Stapleton The biopharmaceutical industry is an ever changing entity. It ebbs and flows as new technology and innovation carry it to new heights of precision for the evaluation of pharmaceutical products. Below are some trends in early development clinical trials we are experiencing here at Vince & Associates Clinical Research . If you are seeing additional trends we’d love to hear about them – leave us a comment at the bottom of this post Early Cardiac Safety Assessment Traditional TQT studies are conducted at an estimated cost of $2-$4 million dollars and usually during the later phase of clinical development, but there’s a new game in town. A recent study conducted collaboratively by…
Real Estate 101: Understanding Title and Escrow
The title and escrow for your home are some of the most important aspects of the real estate buying process, but even most seasoned homeowners don't fully understand what these terms mean.
How to Trust God With Your Decisions and Stop Looking for Neon Signs From Above
Decision making is no fun. Especially when the decisions we’re struggling with could have life changing or drastic repercussions, or at a minimum have lots of pros and cons to consider. That’s why in my Proverbs 31 devotion running today, I shared about being frustrated with having so many important decisions to make, and how I …
Why don’t property owners have flood insurance?
Despite rising flood risks, less than 7% of homes and high-risk properties are insured for this peril.
3 Tips for Getting “High Risk” Life Insurance
If life insurance wasn't a priority before, it will become one if your health declines. The combination of realizing the most important people in your life are financially dependent on you and you are no longer invincible is a wake-up call for many.Most consumers with health issues admit that getting life insurance while they were young and healthy was always a thought, but nothing ever pushed them to pursue it until now. No one likes to think about their untimely passing, but having a health condition prompts the thought of “If something happened to me, would my family be okay?” The harsh reality is when these health complications arise, it becomes a challenge to find affordable…
Infographic: How your health affects your life insurance policy
We are sorry to be the ones to break the news, but you are not going to live forever. This is one of the many reasons having life insurance is important to y
What Gene Wilder's Death Can Teach You About Estate Planning
Gene Wilder, who died Aug 29th at age 83 from complications due to Alzheimer’s disease, kept his illness hidden from most people for at least three years. Is this a common approach? What have you seen in your practice in how to deal with these issues? What are some “red flags” to be watchful of …
10 Everyday Things That Cost More Than Term Life Insurance
Adults and parents worry. We worry about our family’s health, safety, financial security and future. But more families need to put their money where their heart is by buying term life insurance. (This is the most affordable type when initially purchased and provides protection for a specific period of time or the “term”.) However, the issue isn’t a matter of hypocrisy, but a lack of research and financial literacy. According to a Life Happens and LIMRA study from this year, 65% of households have not purchased life insurance because they think it’s too costly. To show that this is a common misconception, the study asked Americans to estimate the cost of a 20-year, $250,000 level term life insurance policy for a healthy 30-year-old male. Eight in 10 people overestimated the cost, saying it…