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Category: Life Insurance

4 Things Every Senior-preneur Must Do

For some Americans, the best part of life starts at retirement. This new stage of life means no more answering to upper management, managing a 40+ hour work week or battling rush hour traffic. And while spontaneous trips to the shore and the relaxing mood of an empty house may be a draw for some, the novelty often wears off quickly. That’s why many retirees...

Annuities vs. Life Insurance

 Annuities and life insurance have a lot in common. In both cases, you pay money to a company that promises to give it back (and then some) at a later date. Pretty simple, right? But things can get a little fuzzy after this. In blunt terms, life insurance is for those who are left behind when you die. Maybe it helps your heirs pay final...

Buying Life Insurance for the First Time? Then Read These 7 Tips

Maybe you just got married. Or had your first child. Or started a business. Whatever the life event is, you are now buying life insurance for the first time. And that might intimidate and confuse you a little. Help ease your mind by reading the following advice for anyone who is buying life insurance for the first time. 1. Understand who (or what) you’re protecting....

Life Insurance and Health Conditions

Whether you’re a young adult, a stay-at-home parent or a retiree, you may have a need for life insurance. Yet you may have concerns about your health conditions. Many people think certain conditions preclude them from getting life insurance. In reality, many common and manageable conditions won’t disqualify you from being approved for a policy. The truth about life insurance and health conditions Although it varies by insurer, many...

Life Insurance for Retirement Can Offer a Big Boost

Many people only view life insurance as a way to take care of final expenses. While that is an important component, life insurance for retirement can also offer major advantages when it comes to planning out your Golden Years. Two life insurance products used in retirement planning are permanent life insurance (coverage that’s in place your entire life that may build cash value) and annuities...