Given the many problems that could befall you in life, there may be occurrences when you consider selling your life insurance policy.Read More
When a person dies, having a life insurance policy can benefit their family by providing a source of income for a time or helping to pay expenses and debt.Read More
Some recent medical trends offer additional insight into why even younger and healthier people should consider investing in life insurance policies to secure long-term financial stability for their families.
For example, the group Extending the Cure, which works to help improve the effectiveness of antibiotics, recently highlighted a study which found that 48,000 people in 2006 died due to sepsis and pneumonia generated by hospital-acquired infections. This resulted in about $8.1 billion in added health costs for the year.Read More
Many consumers buy life insurance for the financial security it may provide to their family or other loved ones when they die. While the death benefit is the primary purpose of life insurance, few consumers know that permanent life insurance can also help them during their lifetime, according to The Hartford. Here is a list of benefits that a life insurance policy can provide.Read More
A survey by the LIFE Foundation shows that 93 percent of Americans think it’s important for most people to have life insurance, and yet nearly half of those surveyed said they don’t have enough coverage.Read More
Thanks to a few recent changes to the Social Security Law, those on Medicare have a better way to pay prescription drug costs and reduce the cost of insurance.
According to a recent New Jersey Today article, programs like the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan and Social Security make a considerable difference when it comes to paying for prescription medication.Read More