Perhaps the number one reason people buy life insurance is to protect their family. Life insurance coverage provides your close family members with a financial safety net in the event you were to die unexpectedly. It enables them to continue living as if you were still around, at least financially, without worrying where the money.. Read More
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Your life insurance policy is almost always not for you. It’s for those you care about most. When you designate your loved ones as either a primary or contingent beneficiary, your life insurance financially safeguards them regardless of what life brings. You will want to thoughtfully list your life insurance beneficiaries – the particulars matter… Read More
If you’re wondering if you can have more than one life insurance policy, the answer is simple. However, there is more than one scenario to consider before you make your purchase. Here are the two questions you need to ask: Is it legal to have more than one? (Yes, definitely.) Does it make financial sense.. Read More
When someone passes away, it’s a time to grieve. However, there are a few orders of business you’ll need to take care of, and one main item is filing a death claim. We’ll help walk you through the process below, including the claims process, documents you’ll need to have on hand, places you can check.. Read More
Letting your life insurance policy lapse is a big mistake. Not only does it make reinstating your policy or finding a new one more difficult, but it also means your beneficiaries will receive nothing if you die after it’s lapsed. That’s why avoiding a lapsed policy is so important. You bought your life insurance to.. Read More
When you’re investing in a home, whether it’s your first, last, or somewhere in between, what will happen to your home if you pass away? Unfortunately, death is a part of life, and it should be something you think about during the mortgage process. If you are married and buying a home with a partner,.. Read More