Spring 2009

EAP News

In this Issue:
Change Your Attitude to Accomplish More
Who Thinks Manners are Important?
Home Security Systems Can be Wireless
Consider the Halfway Rule
Guard Your Long–Term Care Coverage
Savings: Pay Yourself First
New Year, Historically Low Rates
How to Use Your EAP

Change Your Attitude to Accomplish More
When things go wrong, it doesn't have to ruin your day. In fact, with the right outlook, you can prevent many problems from ever happening...

Who Thinks Manners are Important?
It's all about how you treat others.

More than 80 years have passed since Emily Post wrote her first book on etiquette. In 1922, people thought everyone was rude. That attitude is more in the spotlight today, according to Peggy Post, director of the Emily Post Institute...

Home Security Systems Can be Wireless
Protect yourself and valuables.

If thousands of dollar signs fill your head when you think of a home security system, here's good news: New wireless systems are effective and can cost as little as $200...

Consider the Halfway Rule
Wall Street strategists say that, historically, investors start discounting a slow economy about halfway through a recession. That makes stocks rise in value as the economy picks up steam...

Guard Your Long–Term Care Coverage
Many long–term care policies have increased premiums for 2009, sometimes making them difficult to afford...

Savings: Pay Yourself First
Financial experts now recommend having eight months of living expenses in liquid assets. Today's unsure economy and job market make that even more important...

New Year, Historically Low Rates
The New Year is here and with it has come historically low interest rates on mortgages.

If you have been on the fence as to whether or not to consider refinancing, now may be the perfect time for you to do so.

How To Use Your EAP
When help is needed call 1–800–433–2320. The office coordinator will ask for your name, employer and a brief description of your presenting concern. If an emergency exists you will be given immediate assistance. If your situation is not an emergency, you will be offered telephone assistance and/or in–person sessions to complete an assessment and make a referral for treatment if needed. ...

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