About Paul Vachon

Born: Concord, MA BSBA from Indiana University of PA Composite Science Post-Baccalaureate Univerity of Texas - Austin

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homeowner

Things to Know About Homeowner’s Insurance Policy

As a homeowner, you need to make sure that your property is protected at all times. You never know what could go wrong and if you aren’t covered by an insurance policy, you could face a lot of expenses that are outside of your budget. For this reason, it doesn’t hurt to get clued up […]

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Can You Retire Early by Living Frugally?

The idea of retiring early is one that appeals to many of us. We work hard, we don’t want to wait until we’re too old to really enjoy ourselves before we stop. We want to retire while we’ve still got plenty of time to enjoy good health and an active lifestyle. We want to be […]

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FHA Loan

What are the Benefits of an FHA Loan?

It’s a common problem to find yourself wanting to buy a property but struggling to find a lender to provide you with a mortgage. There are various reasons why a traditional mortgage may not be a good fit for you. It’s possible that you have a limited credit history, or have suffered from credit problems […]

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data solutions

Big Data Solutions for Telecom – Why are They Worth Investing In?

The telecommunications sector is a real data mine. Collecting and processing it can result in financial gains and the improvement of relationships online company-client.  There are various other benefits that the company can draw from investing in big data analytics. That includes the improvement of market strategy and increasing the sale. And, on top of […]

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end of life costs

End of Life Costs – How to Be Frugal to the Very End

Nobody likes to think about it. But, it’s true – even a life lived in perfect health has a 100% case fatality rate. Sooner or later, we all need to come to grips with our mortality. Planning for end-of-life expenses is part of the process. Funerals are just like weddings – their costs can quickly […]

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financial legacy

How to Build a Financial Legacy

We all want to achieve financial freedom, and with hard work as well as having strategic plans in place, and it can be possible. Below are five insightful tips that can guide you on your journey of building a financial legacy.  Define your financial legacy and put a plan in place The word ‘legacy’ can […]

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workers compensation

Understanding Your Industry: Workers’ Compensation and Classification Codes

  Every industry has its unique challenges and liability exposures. For example, construction workers face far different physical risks (like machinery malfunction, injury, and causing property damage) than those who work in IT (such as carpal tunnel, repetitive stress injuries, and eyestrain).  To adjust workers’ compensation insurance rates based on these differences, insurance companies use […]

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insurance agent training

Insurance Pre-License Training and Exam Preparation

Speaking of the state insurance examinations and their preparation, they are never easy. Aspiring insurance professionals need to know the importance of mastering the different definitions and terms in this sector. They should also know the significance of being able to showcase competencies bypassing the standardized examinations. Choosing the right insurance license training program is […]

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