The pension maximization strategy is a dying breed since qualified pension plans have become scarce with the rise of defined contributions plans, like 401(k)s. However, for those in their pre-retirement years now, using a pension max is still a very real possibility as you age forge your retirement plan. The method making the most out […]
The Importance Of Covering Senior Citizens
Seniors have a much different perspective than youngsters when it comes to life insurance. Both the products and what they are intended for, as well as the companies they use, may be completely different than their children's or grandchildren's.
For example, many young people don't need to think so much about estate planning. Because they are growing into their working years, starting their families, and planning for things like children, student loans, and college, more prominent worries like charitable giving and leaving a legacy just don't hold as much value.
But for a senior citizen who is nearing or already in retirement, these woes are significant. The information in these archives relate to the most common aspect of planning a senior's life insurance portfolio.
Thinking about charitable giving with life insurance, but not exactly sure how it works? While it may not be the first idea which came to mind, a life insurance policy provides an excellent opportunity for donating to charitable causes offering benefits for both the charity and the donor. As you plan your future, especially your […]
Life insurance offers an excellent tool for managing an estate and the care of loved ones, namely seniors planning for their families. The policy is only the tip of the iceberg. Components such as the naming of a beneficiary and additional riders can customize it to fit the individual’s needs. For small estates, it can […]
We know the topic of life insurance for seniors is a bit of a difficult discussion, but it’s extremely important. Whether a plan is needed for you or a loved one, it’s extremely imperative to select the best possible policy you can, because it’s likely the last policy you or the insured will ever own. […]