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Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, we need to set up protection.

We need to make sure we take the proper steps to keep ourselves from getting financially ruined.

Before you do anything else in this process…

  • Sign up for medical insurance
  • Set up your car insurance
  • Get insurance on your house
  • And, if someone depends on your income, get term life insurance as well (our affiliate partner is Bestow)

Paying an extra $100 a month now (for all of the items above) is way better than owing hundreds of thousands of dollars in the future because of some catastrophic event.

Remember, the best time to get insurance is when you don’t need it. If you wait till you need it, you won’t be able to get it.

Protect yourself today!

Want to learn more? Check out all the helpful posts below!

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