Securing Your Family's Future: Life Insurance Basics

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2 Things To Consider About Life Insurance

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Life insurance is a must for every individual. When you pass away you don’t want to leave your family in a difficult financial situation. Can you imagine how hard it would be for your family to not only mourn your death, but to also be left with a financial mess? It is up to you to make sure that you are prepared for any situation and have life insurance for your loved ones. Read More»

Recently Suffered The Death Of A Spouse Or Partner? What Should You Do With Life Insurance Funds?

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Suffering the untimely death of a spouse or partner is among the greatest emotional (and often financial) blows one can endure in his or her lifetime. If you’ve found yourself in this situation and your partner had the foresight to plan for this unthinkable eventuality by the purchase of a life insurance policy, you may now be wondering what to do. Making major financial decisions shortly after a catastrophic life event can sometimes be unwise, but letting the money sit in a checking account may strike you as unsafe. Read More»

Newlyweds: 3 Reasons To Buy Life Insurance As A Young Adult

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As newlyweds, one of the last things that you probably want to think about as a couple is one or both of you dying. This is especially true if you are still young adults. However, it is better to start shopping for life insurance now rather than later, even though it might seem like a total fun-kill after the excitement of your wedding and honeymoon. The following are a few reasons why you should consider shopping for life insurance now. Read More»

3 Ways You Didn't Know Life Insurance Could Help You

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The purpose of life insurance is to provide your beneficiaries (which is usually your spouse and children) with a financial lifeline after you have passed away. If you happen to be the breadwinner of the family and your spouse does housework and cares for the children, your life insurance may be the only source of income your spouse has after you die. This, however, is not the only way life insurance can benefit you. Read More»