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Many people ask us if they are able to buy life insurance after being diagnosed with cancer. And the answer is . . . it depends. The reason we buy insurance, is to protect us in the event that something happens. Car insurance protects our cars; home owners...

by Ann Fry, MSW, PCC The best companies view their employees as appreciable assets, central to a company’s value proposition. But even the best companies, the ones that provide their employees with the most fertile ground for professional growth and increased contribution, are affected by the...

Dealing with the large amount of paperwork that accompanies medical treatment can be overwhelming. A cancer diagnosis introduces a steady stream of new documents, such as medical bills and prescriptions, in addition to the normal mail you get and paper that piles up in your...