Why Stock Market Crashes Mean (almost) NOTHING To Our Retiree Clients


              Sure, you might have a friend who is still in the market, but for you, it only means you might not receive as much (if any) interest gain this year.  See, you have already positioned your retirement accounts in a way that the savings you want to keep […]

Do You Have Enough Life Insurance?

Cutout paper chain family with the protection of cupped hands, concept for security and care

A recent study shows Americans have even less insurance since the recession, leaving their families vulnerable. Surveys show that millennials are especially reluctant to purchase life insurance.   Life insurance is usually last on the list of important-but-necessary items people want to spend money on, because, let’s face it, no one wants to dwell on the circumstances in […]

Long Term Care Insurance 101


Did you know that neither your health insurance nor Medicare would pay for extended long-term care services in the event that you needed them in the future? If you develop a chronic illness or become disabled and can no longer care for yourself for an extended period of time, you’ll need long-term care services. And […]

Never Miss a Moment…with Life Insurance


You buy life insurance because you love someone, so we affectionately refer to life insurance as love insurance. Life insurance gives you peace of mind knowing that you’ll always be there for your family even if you’re not around.   Life happens! It’s a subject no one really wants to think about, but if someone […]

Life or Death: How Life Insurance Satisfy’s Both Needs

Cutout paper chain family with the protection of cupped hands, concept for security and care

Everyone probably already understands that life insurance plays an important role in family and business planning. It is actually more than important – it is a necessary part of any good plan. But did you know that your life insurance policy can also be structured as a tax-deferred savings tool with tax-free loan distributions when […]

Planning for Long-Term Care


You can never know for sure if you will need long-term care. Maybe you will never need it. But an unexpected accident, illness, or injury can change your needs, sometimes suddenly. The best time to think about long-term care is before you need it. Planning for the possibility of long-term care gives you time to […]

Creekside Insurance Advisors, Inc. is Pleased to Welcome Troy Newbraugh

Troy Newbraugh,  Life Insurance Specialist

We are pleased to welcome Troy Newbraugh as our Life Insurance Specialist. Troy brings 24 years of non-profit fundraising experience, including 16 years at Timber Ridge School (Cross Junction) and six years at Blue Ridge School (Charlottesville). Troy will specialize in bringing life insurance solutions to charity/donor relationships in addition to business owners, families and individuals. […]

Creekside Insurance Advisors, Inc. Welcomes Betty Allen as New Long Term Care Planning Specialist

We are pleased to announce that Betty Allen has joined Creekside Insurance Advisors, Inc. as a Long Term Care Planning Specialist. Betty brings 13 years experience as a Registered Nurse and Licensed Practical Nurse, and has worked in the medical field since 1976 in several administrative capacities. Betty has enjoyed the past 7 years as an […]

Investment & Reverse Mortgage Schemes

Seniors be SCAM Smart

Investment Schemes As people plan for retirement, senior citizens may fall victim to investment schemes. These may include advance fee schemes, prime bank note schemes, pyramid schemes, and Nigerian letter fraud schemes.  Reverse Mortgage Scams The FBI and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General (HUD-OIG) urge consumers, especially senior […]

4 new (and surprising) facts about retirement security


MAY 28, 2015 | BY EMILY HOLBROOK   We’ve heard it all before, retirees and pre-­retirees are financially ill equipped to make their savings — if any — last throughout their golden years. With more and more businesses cutting pensions, and health care costs and longevity continuing to rise with no foreseeable end, truly having […]