What It’s Like to Buy Term Life Insurance

Eric Rosenberg | Life Insurance, Term Life Insurance, Underwriting | 3 Nov, 2014 | No Comments

I’ve shared a little about my personal life in my articles here so far, and wanted to dive in a little deeper on my own life insurance and what I’ve done recently. I am recently married and just went through the process to get my own life insurance in the last month. Here’s what I […]

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Will the Government Ever Require Life Insurance?

Eric Rosenberg | Life Insurance | 28 Oct, 2014 | No Comments

If you asked most people ten or fifteen years ago, almost no one would have guessed that today, in 2014, we are required by law to have health insurance. Whatever your opinion is of Obamacare, there is no dispute that it was a sweeping law that changed a fundamental part of our insurance is changing […]

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Is Your Company’s Group Life Insurance Enough?

Eric Rosenberg | Life Insurance | 21 Oct, 2014 | No Comments

The first time most of us see life insurance is through work. Employees of large companies are often offered health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance through work. When you sign up for your first benefits enrollment and go through open enrollment each you, you’ll get the opportunity to select and increase your life insurance […]

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What is Key Man Life Insurance and Do I Need It?

Eric Rosenberg | Life Insurance | 13 Oct, 2014 | No Comments

Business is great. Sales are up. Revenues are increasing. Costs are under control. Things are going well at your small business, all thanks to one important employee. You. But what will happen to your business if something happens to you? In the case of many small companies around the world, the death of the owner/operator […]

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Do I Even Really Need Life Insurance?

Eric Rosenberg | Children, Death, Financial, Term Life Insurance | 8 Oct, 2014 | No Comments

A huge number of people have never considered getting life insurance. We have never thought through the costs, the types, and the benefits of having life insurance. Many people are not ready for life insurance just yet, but have not thought through when it might be a good idea. Other people are probably not quite […]

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How Does Life Insurance Impact My Retirement?

Eric Rosenberg | Financial | 29 Sep, 2014 | No Comments

Our personal finances are a puzzle made up of many pieces. We have our checking accounts, savings accounts, investment accounts, retirement accounts, and insurance policies. Each of these plays a different part in preparing for retirement. What is the Primary Goal of Life Insurance? The primary goal of life insurance is to cover your family’s […]

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Being Healthy Makes a Huge Difference When Buying Life Insurance

Eric Rosenberg | Health, Life Insurance | 22 Sep, 2014 | No Comments

Most people don’t tie their health to their finances, but there is a much bigger connection than you may realize. Keeping a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and living with healthy habits doesn’t just make us feel better and live longer, it lowers our cost for medical bills, health insurance, and even life insurance. How Life […]

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My Story with Life Insurance

Eric Rosenberg | Life Insurance | 15 Sep, 2014 | No Comments

Like many Millennials, I had my first real-life run-in with life insurance shortly after graduating from college when I got my first job. When filling out the forms for my new benefits, I picked my new health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k) contribution, and wait… what’s this? Life insurance? Learning about Life Insurance Most […]

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