About Robert Weinstein

Robert Weinstein is a husband, dad, stock market junkie, real estate broker, and of course...Insurance agent. Interests include my family, economics, marketing, technology, real estate, finance/investing, history, and Asia.

Robert's insurance expertise includes having the designation of Certified in Long-Term Care (CLTC) and assist in asset protection for families with members entering retirement.

Robert is also an accomplished syndicated writer whose work can be found in TheStreet, MainStreet, CNBC, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Seeking Alpha, MSN Money, The Money Show, Stock Saints, Motley Fool, Fidelity, Minyanville, RealMoney Pro, and many national and international newspapers.

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Here are my most recent posts

Lies and Libelous Statement Response

**** Update 4/15/2016***** Another victim was kind enough to point out that there's a previous post that is almost identical to the one about me.  There’s an ugly dark side of the internet, where hosting illegally made defamatory and libelous content is not only Read More

Long-Term Care Insurance and Planning

The days of use-it-or-lose-it and Medicaid as your only options to pay for extended long-term care are over. Today, policies are on the market that allow for many choices and tailor-made asset protection solutions. With almost 10,000 people reaching retirement age every day, the Read More

We Represent Foremost Insurance Group

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        Formost contact information: Personal lines policies (except auto) 1-800-527-3907 Claim service for Formost Auto 1-800-274-7865 To report a business insurance claim Business insurance Read More

Oklahoma Beheading Victim’s Husband Receives $100,000 Award

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An Oklahoma Worker's Compensation Commission administrative law judge approved a $100,000 death benefit to KC Hufford, the widower of Colleen Hufford. Mr. Hufford also will receive $418 a week for the rest of his life, unless he remarries according to NewsOK.com and other sources. Read More

Things You Didn’t Know About Divorce and Social Security

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Dividing assets during a divorce is often very ugly. This is especially true if you live in a marital property state such as Wisconsin. Because Social Security isn't a dividable individual account, special rules apply to an ex-spouse's claim on Social Security benefits. Read More

Cities with The Highest and Cheapest Car Insurance Rates

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According to Bank Rate, Detroit motor city is the least friendly for auto owners. There are many reasons for Detroit's high rates including unlimited personal injury protection, and a rate of uninsured drivers that may approach 50 percent.  Rates for car insurance in Detroit Read More

Wedding and Event Insurance Protection

Wedding and event insurance is cheaper than you think. Are you planning a big day and worried that weather may cause problems? What about if someone gets hurt? Does your DJ, Photobooth, and other vendors have proper coverage in case of a mishap? The average wedding Read More

Snowmobile Insurance

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Great Coverage On The Trails Few things about winter are more exciting than firing up your sled to ride fresh powder on the trails, frozen lakes, and fields. Knowing you have the appropriate snowmobile coverage will allow you to ride worry free. Because snowmobile Read More

Getting Ready For Winter Weather

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Winter has arrived, and it’s never too late to get ready for cold weather, including snow storms. Extreme cold is always a possibility here in Eau Claire so we at 1 Reason Insurance have compiled some tips to help you stay safe and limit damage. Preparing your Read More

2015 Retirement Account Changes You Want To Know About

2015 will bring several changes, and in order to maximize your tax deductions, you want to stay on top of every edge you can take advantage of. When it comes to individual retirement accounts (IRA), it's all about tax savings. There's no other reason to invest Read More