Maybe you’ve reached your annual maximum contribution for your 401(k) and are looking for additional opportunities to set aside money for retirement. If this sounds like you, permanent life insurance may be a solution.
For Life Insurance Awareness Month, it’s important to not only celebrate the importance of life insurance, but to also be aware of its intricacies and advantages. In that vein, here are a few helpful tips to help you be more “in-the-know” when it comes to understanding how much coverage you and your family may need.
In a single-parent household, there may not be someone to rely on when you’re gone. To help make sure your children are taken care of, here are a few tips about buying life insurance.
There are 43 million, unpaid family caregivers in America and most of them don’t have life insurance. Unfortunately, if a caregiver suddenly passes away without insurance, the care they provide may be in jeopardy. If you’re a caregiver, consider purchasing life insurance for three reasons.
Purchasing coverage can help ensure your family has financial support in place, even without your income. Here are some benefits of life insurance for working moms.
Few New Year’s resolutions are as important as getting your insurance coverage in order. Insurance provides you and your loved one’s financial security and peace of mind should anything in your life go wrong. Here are a few practical actions you should take to ensure your life insurance policy is working for you as it should.
In addition to death benefit protection, life insurance can offer a wide range of solutions. Did you know that with some policies, you can accelerate the death benefit while you’re living?
You may know that life insurance can help fill the income gap for your family and/or beneficiaries if you were to die unexpectedly. But did you know that life insurance can also be used while you’re living?
Your life insurance policy offers peace of mind for your family should you pass away. But that policy needs to be revised and updated from time to time, especially when a life-changing experience occurs. Review your policy if one of the following events occurs.
Caring for a relative, like an aging parent, is a big job. An estimated 43.5 million adults in the U.S. (about 60% of them women) act as caregivers to a loved one every year, according to a 2015 study from the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP. Here are some tips to best support your loved one: