Entries by SafetyNet

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An Insurance Policy That Kicks In After Unemployment

Originally Published in Forbes How financially prepared would you be if you suddenly lost your job or became disabled? Chances are, not very. As a recent Federal Reserve study noted, 31% of Americans are “struggling to get by” or “just getting by.” The Fed has also found that nearly half of U.S. households would struggle to pay […]

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Is there insurance for that?

Originally Published in Isthmus on April 13, 2017 By Joe Tarr CUNA Mutual finds a way to insure people against job loss and more After Steve Millen began to hear rumblings last year that the company he worked for might be in trouble, he started searching online for ways to prepare for a job loss. “I’d […]

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SafetyNet™ Review from Waunakee, WI Customer

Video Transcription of SafetyNet Review Raymond W. from Waunakee, Wisconsin, a Real SafetyNet™ Customer: I am a small engine technician. I work on all sorts of outdoor power equipment and even do some automotive repair on my own stuff. There’s not much out there that I can’t fix. I had work’s rental trailer. That trailer’s […]

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Madison firm insures against personal cash-flow cliff

Originally published in InBusiness BY JOE VANDEN PLAS America is a rich country. It’s also a savings-challenged country, as 26% of Americans have no emergency savings and 47% were unable to cover an unexpected $400 expense in 2015, according to a Federal Reserve study. That’s not all — 67% of Americans do not have enough savings to […]