When you choose a life insurance policy you might want to consider additional coverage through a rider or waiver. Riders and waivers are a good way to streamline or enhance the benefits of a basic life insurance policy.Read More
Children and spouses are just one group of dependents that may require cash proceeds from a life insurance policy. Age and direct ties to your family are a couple things to think about if the worst should happen to you.
Distant relatives, ex-in-laws, foster children, and child support for any illegitimate children may also require additional streams of cash, notes Edward Graves, author of “McGill’s Life Insurance.”Read More
For some, planning an insurance policy can be a lot like shopping for groceries on a budget. You’ve got enough to purchase the essentials, but you have to think carefully when it comes to buying any additional non-essentials.Read More
As with everything in life, there are two sides to every story.
Edward E. Graves, author of “McGill’s Life Insurance” says that while some argue that term life insurance is great for those who need temporary coverage or have a lack of funds to buy permanent insurance, others are quick to point out its faults.
One of its great strengths in being temporary can also be its weakness.Read More