About Paul Vachon

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

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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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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 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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What To Look For When You’re Choosing A New Boiler

What To Look For When You’re Choosing A New Boiler

Sitting down to plan out your winter budget? As the nights get darker, it’s likely your seasonal spending will take a turn as you focus on wrapping up and keeping warm. If you’re noticing gurgling or banging noises when you turn your boiler on, your heating system is over ten years old, or your water […]

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Should You Sell Your House To Get Out Of Debt?

Should You Sell Your House To Get Out Of Debt?

Managing a debt can be tough, and paying it off when its high can be nearly impossible, particularly when you do not have a substantial income. If you are looking to avoid unsecured loans or credit cards, there are many strategies that can be embraced to offer you relief, such as the implementation of an […]

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Helpful Tips to De-Clutter and Organize a Home Office

Getting organized is no easy task. While some people are much better at it than others, most often it can become an easier task when there are tools to help organize the clutter. When looking at the best plans to handle clutter, setting out a plan to tackle it can be especially helpful. The first […]

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selling your business

5 Questions to Ask a Potential Buyer Before Selling Your Business

Selling a business can turn out to be a hectic and challenging task. You might have a hard time recognizing a potential buyer. Coming across frauds or people who are just interested in gathering information about your business without buying it is also a major possibility. So, before you start the process of selling your […]

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7 Simple Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Use These Strategies to Improve Your Credit Score Do you have a poor credit rating and need a loan or credit card? It’s actually a fairly common problem – but one that can be fixed. While repairing a poor credit score can’t necessarily be done overnight, these tips should be enough to get you started […]

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