How Long Will You Live?

How Long Will You Live?

The American Council of Life Insurers defines life insurance companies grouping individuals into pools in order to share the financial risks presented by dying prematurely, needling long term care or becoming disabled.

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How Your Age Affects Your Life Insurance Premiums

How Your Age Affects Your Life Insurance Premiums

Age is the single biggest factor that affects your life insurance premiums.

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Obesity, Smoking and Health Care System Issues Behind Stalled U.S. Life Expectancy Gains

Obesity, Smoking and Health Care System Issues Behind Stalled U.S. Life Expectancy Gains

When compared to other developed nations, America’s overall life expectancy is growing slowly according to a recent studies from the National Research Council and the World Health Organization recently found. One of the main factors the report identified as being behind the slower gains is smoking. Related Life Insurance Links Can Taking a Selfie Get You A Realistic Life Insurance Quote? Forbes Says You Need Life Insurance, So Listen Up and Find It Here at the…

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Cancer Prevention Techniques Can Lower Life Insurance Premiums

Cancer Prevention Techniques Can Lower Life Insurance Premiums

Cancer prevention is important to millions of Americans because along with staying alive and healthy for longer, they can also save considerably on important expenses like life insurance premiums.

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How Much Do I Need to Save for Retirement?

How Much Do I Need to Save for Retirement?

Once upon a time, the majority of middle-income Americans who reached retirement age looked forward to maintaining their lifestyles with a combination of Social Security, company pensions, and their own hard-earned savings. Above all, most of those retirees were concerned about leaving an inheritance to the next generation.

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Are Baby Boomers Ready for Retirement?

Are Baby Boomers Ready for Retirement?

More than one-third of Americans ages 45 to 70 fear they will run out of money during retirement, while almost half have no plans to protect themselves should they outlive their financial resources, according to a survey conducted by the Society of Actuaries.

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Obesity is as Dangerous as Smoking

Obesity is as Dangerous as Smoking

‘Tis the season for holiday cheer, family gatherings and over-eating. However, research shows that being obese or overweight could lead to a shorter life and even higher life insurance premiums.

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Insurance for Women Over 50

Insurance for Women Over 50

Middle-aged people don’t necessarily want to think about who is going to take care of them when they can no longer take care of themselves. However, insurance experts advise that age 50 is the best time to start thinking about weighing your options when it comes to long-term care.

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What’s the best age to retire?

What’s the best age to retire?

Almost half of Baby surveyed in Gallup say that they don’t expect to retire until they are 66 or older, including one in every 10 who predict they will never retire. For those that have what they need financially, 66 is their expected year while many feel that 73 will be a more opportune time for retirement.

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