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Nov

26.18

The holidays are a time we tend to get generous with giving and with spending, and for some that means racking up credit card debt. Last year, Americans charged more than $1,054 in holiday spending – about five percent more than the year before!*

Here are some tips to be both cheerful and frugal this year:

  1. Make a Budget. Make a budget and stick to it! Determine what you need and who you need to buy for, and buy only that.
  2. Shop Smart. Look for ways to save money and earn discounts on what you have to purchase. Look online for best prices and compare with brick and mortar stores.
  3. Get Creative. You don’t have to spend a lot on holiday décor to celebrate with the best of them! Get creative and come up with some alternative and thrifty ways to deck your halls with cheer.
  4. Resist Temptation. There will undoubtedly be multiple opportunities for you to be tempted to spend more throughout the holidays. Resist the temptation and remind yourself you’ll be in a better position financially come New Year!

*CNBC.com, “Americans racked up more than $1,000 in holiday debt,” January 2, 2018

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Nov

16.18

In this month’s full-page ad in Modern WomanMagazine by USA Today, Primerica champions our business opportunity as a way for women to ditch the corporate ladder and make their mark!  All across North America, women are using their Primerica business to have flexibility in their family life and a fulfilling career.  Here, they found a level playing field, a place where their contributions are valued and their leadership recognized.  A place where their income is based solely on the number of families they help.

Primerica is proud of the incredible women leaders in Primerica who are making their mark every day. Check your local newsstand to buy your copy, today!

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Nov

12.18

Recognizing that Alzheimer’s/dementia affects more than 5.7 million people in the United States,* Primerica is dedicated to helping find a cure.

More than 80 Home Office teammates participated in a two-mile walk and raised over $22,000 in Gwinnett County’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, Nov. 3.

A record turnout of Primerica employees participated in the walk this year – proof that the number of those affected by the disease is growing.

“My mother passed away from Alzheimer’s a few years ago,” Natalie Daly, a Home Office employee, said. “It’s difficult to watch someone you love deteriorate from the disease. I’m so thankful that Primerica and my fellow teammates raised money to help the Alzheimer’s Association. I am proud to be part of a company that gives back to the community and can help those with Alzheimer’s and their families get the care and support they need.”

For more information, go here.

*www.alz.org/alzheimers-dementia/facts-figures, viewed November 6, 2018

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Posted in Community, Company, Primerica |

Nov

07.18

How to impact lives through leadership was the central theme of the third annual Hispanic-American Leadership Council (HALC) National Conference held Nov. 2-3 in San Bernardino, California.

Guests listened to a powerful lineup of Hispanic speakers share (in both Spanish and in English) how they achieved success through Primerica as well as tips for how to sharpen their business skills when working with Hispanic families.

Check out the photos from the event.

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Posted in Company, Opportunity, Primerica, Representatives |

Nov

06.18

The Primerica Foundation recently presented a $149,000 grant to HomeFirst Gwinnett, an initiative in Gwinnett County designed to address the county’s homeless population.

The grant was part of a $500,000 gift from The Foundation’s corporate benefactor, Primerica, and was earmarked for the Neighbors in Need initiative.

The rest of the $500,000 grant funds will be split among several nonprofits addressing homelessness in Gwinnett and Metro Atlanta.

“At Primerica, we believe that when our community is successful, we are successful,” said Karen Fine Saltiel, chair of The Primerica Foundation. “Giving back is a mission very close to our hearts.”

 

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