Is It Possible To Be Too Old For Life Insurance?

Rachel Garland | Death, Financial, Insurance, Life Insurance | 8 Sep, 2015 | No Comments

We can’t tell you how many times this question has come up. One of the biggest concerns people have regarding life insurance is the possibility that they are too old to be approved. If you’ve ever had thoughts like this, don’t worry you’re not alone. In fact, countless people as young as 40 wonder whether […]

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What You Need To Know When It Comes To Life Insurance For Young Children

Mark Burback | Children, Death, Insurance, Life Insurance | 3 Sep, 2015 | No Comments

If you are like a lot of people, when you think of life insurance, your children are probably not one the first things that come to mind. After all, many people assume that life insurance is strictly for adults or older individuals. However, this could not be further from the truth. In fact, life insurance […]

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Top 10 Regrets of the Elderly

Ross Quade | Death | 17 Apr, 2015 | No Comments

The word regret, when used as a noun, is often defined as a sad feeling about something that has happened. When used as a verb, it can describe feeling sad about a missed opportunity. No matter how you define it, regret is an emotional factor that typically involves a negative experience. So why do so […]

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15 Things Funeral Directors Will Not Tell You

Ross Quade | Death | 17 Feb, 2015 | No Comments

During a time of bereavement, hardly anyone can think clearly, much less question the financial decisions they are making. Most everyone assumes that when they hire a funeral director, that director will handle all the legal logistics, embalming or cremation, the coffin or urn, the venue, wake and funeral itself. Unfortunately, some funeral homes use […]

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4 End-of-Life Documents Worth Having

Aaron Crowe | Death | 16 Feb, 2015 | No Comments

Even if you don’t have many assets, you might think you don’t need a will or other end-of-life documents. But such documents can make taking care of you in your final days easier, along with making the lives of the loved ones you leave behind less stressful and problematic. Here are five end-of-life documents worth […]

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How Much is Your Life Worth?

Aaron Crowe | Death, Life Insurance | 9 Feb, 2015 | 1 Comment »

Determining the value of your life can be an existential question worth exploring. For life insurance experts, however, determining a life’s value is as simple as figuring out how much money your loved ones will need after you die. Protecting income with a life insurance policy can help pay for a home, send your children […]

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10 States you do Not Want to be Caught Dead In

Ross Quade | Death | 9 Feb, 2015 | No Comments

The prospect of dying is scary enough without having to consider the taxes your family will have to pay after you have already passed. As of this year, 5.43 million dollars in assets will be excluded from federal estate taxes and twice as much if you are married. State estate taxes, however, are moving in […]

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17 Weird Ways People Have Died

Aaron Crowe | Death | 15 Dec, 2014 | No Comments

Death comes in many forms, and if you’re lucky, you won’t see it coming. Accidents happen and people die in unforeseen ways. Here are 17 weird ways people have died: 1. Hoarders die in their clutter. In 1947 brothers Homer and Langley Collyer were found dead in their New York home, buried among the tons […]

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Can Space Tourists Get Life Insurance?

Aaron Crowe | Death, Life Insurance | 24 Nov, 2014 | No Comments

The Oct. 31 crash of a Virgin Galactic rocket that killed a pilot hasn’t stopped the company from continuing its quest to offer space tourists a chance to see the Earth from above, giving potential riders a chance to reconsider their life insurance options. While life insurance might be the furthest thing from any space […]

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