I don't know anyone that wants to spend more than they have to on anything. Do you? With that in mind, I will discuss some things that can help you save money when buying a new policy. If you're thinking of getting senior life insurance you have come to the right place.Read More
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We all are concerned about our families. We love them and want them to be safe and secure. As family members age we begin to think about what will happen when their time is up. Who will pay for the funeral? Will there be some outstanding bills? Who will pay those? This is where senior life insurance over 80 can ease the worry.Read More
Life insurance is something we all need, even though we don't all have some! Many of us don't want to take an exam and so put off getting coverage. But we all want to protect our families so it's time to learn about getting life insurance without having to take an exam.Read More
You may have heard good things about section 1035 exchanges and life insurance but are unsure about exactly what is a 1035 exchange.
An irrevocable life insurance trust (ILIT) can be a vehicle for avoiding the payment of unnecessary estate taxes.
You understand that you should tell your life insurance agent the good. But what about the bad and the ugly? Yes, you should really tell all. The insurance company is going to find out anyway.
The short answer is yes. But I know you want to know more than that, so let me explain the ins and outs of getting life insurance if you are overweight.
They can do a lot for you...but not all independent life insurance agents work the same way. Some people say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Others that a little is better than none. When it comes to an important decision like life insurance, knowledge is very important. Life insurance is intricate and involves protecting your family (or business, or estate), so be smart and use an independent agent to simplify the process.
As we Baby Boomers age, we are thoughtful about what we will do if we get ill. Who will take care of us? Will we stay at home or go to a nursing care facility? And perhaps most importantly, how will we pay for this care we need? You have life insurance to protect your family in the event of your passing, but what do you have to protect your family if you have a long illness?
You're over 50 years old and looking for life insurance. Whether you are replacing coverage or getting new coverage, with so many different options available, how do you know you are getting the best prices?