At RYSE, we understand that when it comes to your health you can never be too careful, and with the rising cost of medical care, Health Insurance has become a top priority. In order to have your health expenses covered at a reasonable price, having the right insurance is a necessity. Although plans vary according to your needs, they can cover anything from medical and hospital expenses to prescription drugs. While finding the right Health Insurance is not always an easy choice, we are committed to providing the knowledge and support you need to help you make the right decision for you, your family, or your business.
Life Insurance is one of the most important investments you can make. It’s an investment in yourself and the future of your loved ones, and it’s a way to secure your financial responsibilities to your family.
Your Life Insurance policy can be used to pay off debts and estate taxes, provide money for continuing mortgage payments, and keep your business up and running upon your passing. Most importantly, it can be used to ensure that your family’s dreams for the future become realities.
College Planning Strategies
Many parents will ask us when is the best time to begin preparing for their child's college education. The answer to that is as soon as possible. We all know the rising costs involved in a college education and the way to be successful in this endeavor is to start your planning as early as possible and by taking control of the process! What we mean by the process is the complicated rules and paperwork involved in applying for college financial aid. Do Not assume that you are not eligible! There are all sorts of strategies that parents can implement to make college more affordable. You simply want to make sure that you have explored all options and that is exactly what we do for you at RYSE through College Planning Strategies. January 1 of your child's junior year in high school to December 31 of your child's senior year in high school will be what is considered your "base year". This means they pull the financial numbers from this time period to determine what sort of financial aid package your student will receive their freshman year in college.
Your Family Comes First!