Life insurance isn’t just for you. It’s for those who depend on you most. With the right planning, you can ensure that your loved ones will have the financial resources to go on living their dreams when you can no longer provide for them.
Death benefits received by your family might be used to provide adequate income for the family, pay off the mortgage on the family home, cover final expenses such as medical bills, and ensure that your children are able to go to college.
- Why do I need life insurance?
- How much life insurance do I need?
- What’s the difference between term life insurance and universal life insurance?
- Why consider “cash-value” insurance policies such as universal life?
- What should I consider when naming a beneficiary for my life insurance?
- When will my life insurance policy become effective?
- As a single person, do I need life insurance?
- What happens if I fail to make the required premium payments?
- What are nonforfeiture provisions and how do they protect me?
- What if I become disabled and can’t pay the premiums?
- What other benefits are available on life insurance policies?
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