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Stormy Skies



It's the dreaded nine letter "I" word.


Insurance has become a dirty word in our society.

Any mention of an insurance discussion will, at best, bring about a rolling of the eyes. At worst, it will beget a barrage of harsher four letter words.

While weather forecasts inform us when it might be best to pack an umbrella for the day, life provides no such advanced warning, pitching curve balls when we least expect them. Life happens.

Consider...what if one day... didn't wake up in the morning. Death came sooner than your family anticipated. Will your family struggle to make ends meet? Will your spouse have time to adjust emotionally and move on with life without you? Will your children be well taken care of? are temporarily or permanently injured, severely limiting or all-out impairing your ability to earn a living. Will you be able to look your family in their eyes to explain the need to sell your home or switch to mac-and-cheese meals?

...your doctor informs you of a life-threatening illness. Does your family want to be left with a choice between your life and your children's education? Or between your life and your spouse's future retirement? realize your dream of building a lasting family or community legacy cannot be fulfilled after all those years of hard work?

You can't win at life when life throws you such hurdles. But you can certainly manage the risks.

Rock Balancing

So, rather than thinking about insurance as a wealth protection tool, think instead of protecting your future choices and goals through the transfer of financial risk to someone else.


Through a non-aggressive but thorough approach, we help ease these financial worries by analyzing your needs, so you need not worry about paying for too much, while also bring you calm in knowing you've transferred certain financial worries and risks to others so you can march forward in achieving your pinnacle.

We believe in objective solutions - no pressure, no rip off. Rest easier.

"Successful investing is about managing risk,
not avoiding it."

Benjamin Graham

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