Category: Life Insurance

Life Insurance: Are You Ready For A Lifelong Project?

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Life Insurance Awareness Month

When one considers the phrase “a lifelong project,” it may conjure up images of a major undertaking, requiring many hours and perhaps much capital. However,  life insurance, a lifelong project, can be interesting, rewarding and comforting. Depending on your own life experience, you might recall your parents or grandparents discussing life insurance. A death in the family may have sent everyone searching for any life insurance policy that may have…

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Life Insurance Solutions: 5 Myths Debunked

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Dad holding his daughter's hand

If you ask five people how life insurance works and how to select a policy, you’ll likely get five different answers. For some reason, there are so many myths and misconceptions surrounding this important personal finance product. But, it doesn’t have to be that complex. Armed with the right information, you can feel confident about purchasing a policy that can protect your loved ones. It’s also a good idea to…

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What about your family?

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Life by Lifesupercharger

Is your family prepared if something happens to you? 1. 30 percent of US households have no life insurance at all; only 44 percent have individual life insurance. 2. 41 percent of recent shoppers say life events (marriage, children, buying a house, etc.) motivated them to shop for life insurance. 3. Only eight percent of consumers consider themselves very/extremely likely to purchase life insurance in the next year. Simply buy…

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Keep Your Loved Ones Closer

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My grandmother passed away recently and I have had time to ponder her life and the eventual circumstances that led to her(early in my opinion)passing. Ruth was a very active woman.  Whether it be her children, grandchildren, husband or the church, my grandmother never stopped and was always on the go.  She was a cook and a fantastic artisan.  In my younger days, she would bake a cake for my…

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“Alive”

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photo credit: Iain Farrell “I’ve been looking for a word. A big complicatied word, but so sad. I think I’ve found it… Alive.” I was rewatching “Doctor Who” the other day and the episode “The Doctor’s Wife” came on. With the new year started and everyone’s resolutions flying around, I took the words a character spoke to heart. “I am alive.” But what happens after? Do you have life insurance…

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Are you tying the knot?

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photo credit: Philip Taylor PT Part of the fun stuff in our business is celebrating life changes with our clients. We exist to provide opportunity and solve problems; we are a support system for success. Tying the knot is a great time to evaluate smart moves for the future. Insurance, is not as fun as shopping for a home, or as sparkly as that big nugget engagement ring; we get…

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Life is in Our Hands

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There are a lot of things in life that are avoidable. Death, however, is not one of them. No matter what we do to attempt to prevent it, it will sneak up on us. Sometimes when we least expect it. Most of us have experienced a loss and are familiar with the expenses that go along with it. So what can we do? Life insurance allows our loved ones not…

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January 2012 Roundup List

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photo credit: 3liz4 Every month we are going to give you a glimpse into what types of new insurance policies we are writing.  In our mind, it seems we should be educating the public on how we can help them, which is tied directly to what we are succeeding in: Home Insurance – Values from $100k to $500k with personal liability Car Insurance – Liability Limits, Comprehensive, Collision, Rental, Towing…

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Family Mission Statement

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I have been reading the 7 Habits; curious to know what our readers think about Family Mission Statements? Do they have the right people on the bus?