People who are in the market for life insurance often find themselves wondering what level of financial protection they should secure for their families. However, even those who have existing policies may find that their life insurance needs change over timeRead More
Researchers are continuing to report significant progress in their efforts to reduce the nation’s rate of stroke deaths, but they still have a long way to go.
According to the American Heart Association, more than 137,000 people died of stroke in 2006. There are also said to be about 6.4 million Americans who have survived a stroke.
While stroke is still the nation’s third-leading killer, the AHA also noted that the death rate from strokes fell 33.5 percent between 1995 and 2005, while the number of actual stroke deaths fell by 18.4 percent.Read More
Many younger adults may question whether life insurance is a necessity at their age, especially if they are paying down student loans and trying to build savings for their financial future. What many may not realize is that life insurance is an important component of their future and that of their families.Read More
According to LIMRA’s third quarter 2013 individual life insurance sales survey, individual life insurance premiums remained level with the same period of 2012.Read More
Life insurance plans offered through an employer may not offer sufficient benefits to an employee’s survivors. Company-sponsored insurance plans are advantageous to young, single employees, but those with families should examine their policy to ensure it will cover their survivors’ needs.Read More