Healthy Applicants Pay The Lowest Rates On Life Insurance

Healthy Applicants Pay The Lowest Rates On Life Insurance

A growing number of Americans are working hard to stick to a diet and exercise routine in an effort to improve their quality of life and their overall life expectancy. By doing so, people can save considerably on their future medical bills and life insurance premiums as well.

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What Kind of Insurance Do I Need If I’m Getting Married?

What Kind of Insurance Do I Need If I’m Getting Married?

Newlyweds traditionally receive advice from friends and relatives on the secrets for a successful marriage. Even though life insurance is an especially important consideration for newlyweds, any tips on protecting their financial future seem to go begging in these heartfelt conversations. The experts say that in general, individuals should purchase policies that amount to at least five times their current salary, but that figure should be balanced against a couples’ long-term goals. Newlyweds should meet…

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Insurance Companies Expand Social Media Presence

Insurance Companies Expand Social Media Presence

Over the past decade, social media has become the fastest medium to connect with consumers. Many financial institutions, including the life insurance industry, has recently taken steps to improve their current social media presence.

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How Can Life Insurance Provide Income After I Retire?

How Can Life Insurance Provide Income After I Retire?

Most people are misinformed about life insurance and other financial products, according to a survey by Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. Almost two out of three respondents failed a financial products knowledge quiz.

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What Financial Services Workers Need to Know About Benefits

What Financial Services Workers Need to Know About Benefits

When it comes to preparing for retirement, many financial services employees fare little or no better than their peers in other industries – even though on average, they make more than employees in most other industries, according to a new industry profile released by MetLife.

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Declining cigarette use among US teens

Declining cigarette use among US teens

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report highlighting the declining use of cigarettes among US teens as long-term use could affect life insurance premiums.

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How Do You Know When To Retire?

How Do You Know When 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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How dangerous are light cigarettes?

How dangerous are light cigarettes?

According to a survey sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline Consumer HealthCare, smokers believe that “light” and “mild” cigarettes aren’t as detrimental to their health as regular cigarettes and make it easier to quit smoking.

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Assessing your need for disability insurance

Assessing your need for disability insurance

In order to insure something, you first must realize that it has a lot of value and needs to be insured. Perhaps that explains why so many Americans lack disability insurance. A recent survey found that Americans greatly underestimate their earnings potential.

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