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Feb

08.19

In a full-page ad in USA Today’s special supplement celebrating Black History Month, Primerica recognizes the positive impact our diverse representatives and the African American Leadership Council (AALC) have on communities all across North America. Our leaders – YOU – demonstrate leadership, strength, and a commitment to others every day, that changes lives in a profound way.

Check your local newsstand to buy your copy and share the power of what we do for families with your friends, family, clients and prospects!

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Feb

01.19

The Primerica Foundation was honored to take part in a special event Thursday celebrating the completion of the John F. Kennedy Park renovation project in Atlanta’s Historic Westside!

Primerica – along with the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, the NFL Foundation, and the Chick-fil-A Foundation – provided funding to help renovate and revitalize a wonderful community space just a short distance away from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium where the big game will be played on Sunday. 

John F. Kennedy Park is adjacent to the Hollis Innovation Academy, and it is central to the Westside neighborhoods. Students from the Academy and the community will be able to enjoy the athletic field and have a safe place for exercise and outdoor activities.

“In keeping with Primerica’s practice of giving back to the communities where we live and work, we are thrilled to have had the opportunity to contribute to an improvement project designed to foster play and healthy lifestyles for years to come,” said Primerica President Peter Schneider. “Our commitment to changing lives underscores everything we do – from the financial education and products we provide our clients to the many thousands of people we help each year through The Primerica Foundation.”

During the event, speakers included Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who reminisced about taking ballet lessons as a child in the neighborhood; Arthur Blank, owner of the Atlanta Falcons, who noted that the park was one of many efforts being made by Atlanta leaders to enhance the Westside; and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who spoke about making meaningful improvements in the Atlanta community that will last for years to come.

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Feb

01.19

Last December, Primerica Canada’s Head Office in Mississauga, ON, was honored to present a cheque for $3,000 to representatives from the Peel Children’s Aid Society.

The Peel CAS has been serving families and children in the Peel Region of Ontario since 1912.

The Mission of Peel Children’s Aid is to protect children and to strengthen and support the well being of children and their families.

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Jan

25.19

Planning monthly dinner menus can help you save tons on time and food costs. Here are some steps to help get you started:

  1. Using an online calendar template or on paper, create a monthly menu based on dinners your family already eats. For example, if you tend to have homemade pizza every Friday night, you can go ahead and fill in pizza for every Friday. Repeat meals as often as you’d like and remember to leave days for having leftovers or eating out.
  2. Using the template, create a list of ingredients you’ll need to prepare each meal. This will be the list you’ll take with you to the grocery store. For example, if you’re having spaghetti, list all the ingredients you’ll need for the full meal to feed your family. Example: a box of spaghetti pasta, a jar of marinara, a pint of mushrooms, a green bell pepper, parmesan cheese, a loaf of bread, etc.
  3. Once you have your grocery list, take it with you to the store and find the best deals for the items you need. When you plan ahead, you can shop sales, buy in bulk and use coupons to maximize your savings even more!

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Posted in Primerica |

Jan

18.19

When building a budget, use these tips to help you:

  1. Have a goal. A clear goal allows you to target problem areas that are inhibiting you and keeps you from getting overwhelmed. Do you want to eliminate debt but have so many deficits you don’t know where to start? Begin with the one with the highest interest. For most people, this means credit card debt. Go after it aggressively, and once you see light at the end of the tunnel, go on to tackle lower interest debt, such as a car loan, student loans, or a mortgage. Want to save a $10,000 emergency fund? Pay yourself first by automating a fixed amount, such as $150 per pay period, into a separate savings account. Don’t stop until you’ve reached your goal.
  2. Find your money mindset. When creating a budget, think of it as a blueprint for how to manage your money, a guide to be financially responsible and a tool to help you live below your means. You can learn a lot about yourself if you’re open and honest about your spending habits – and once you learn to control them, rather than letting your finances control you, you’re in great shape. When you see yourself as a manager and not a spender, you are well on your way to a future of financial security.
  3. Develop (and maintain) good habits. Developing and maintaining good habits when working off a budget is sound financial practice. Staying on top of your spending, doing regular checkups to ensure you’re meeting your future needs, and not increasing your spending when you get a pay raise are all good habits to have.

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