Do Stay-at-Home Parents Need Life Insurance? 2 Essential Questions to Consider

Mark Burback | Life Insurance | 18 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

Tireless workers and family heroes, stay-at-home parents provide invaluable support. Working around the clock shuttling children around town, cleaning, cooking, the job of a stay-at-home parent is rarely complete. From sunrise to sundown, stay-at-home parents are hard at work providing for their families. However, can this work be measured by numerical standards? After all, while […]

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10 Popular TV Show Characters That Really Should Have Life Insurance

Ross Quade | Life Insurance | 17 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

Many characters from our favorite TV shows live dramatic and even sometimes-dangerous lives, which makes it all the more entertaining to watch what happens to them. That being said, if the risky endeavors taken by some TV characters happened in real life, it would come at a significant cost to the future of the ones’ […]

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Does Having A Heart Attack Prevent Me From Qualifying For Life Insurance Coverage?

Mark Burback | Life Insurance | 13 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

As one of the leading causes of death for both men and women, heart disease impacts countless lives. In fact, it’s estimated that every year about 735,000 Americans suffer from a heart attack, making heart disease one of the most pervasive health risks facing Americans today.   Leaving many individuals questioning, is qualifying for health […]

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Here’s 3 Reasons Why Being In Great Shape Pays Off When It Comes To Life Insurance Coverage

Rachel Garland | Life Insurance | 11 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

Being in great shape can lead to many wonderful changes and outcomes in your life. Not only are you likely to experience higher energy levels, you’ll also be at a lower risk for major health concerns such as heart disease or diabetes. Needless to say, leading an active and healthy lifestyle can lead to countless […]

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Why You Should Always Review Your Life Insurance Coverage Before Retirement

Rachel Garland | Life Insurance | 6 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

Are you getting ready to retire?   If so, there’s a good chance that you’ll want to review your life insurance coverage. Whether you are covered through your employer, private insurers, or have no coverage at all, it’s important that you take the time review your policy before entering retirement.   Why Review? Curious why […]

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Can Life Insurance Be Used to Pay for Long Term Care?

Ross Quade | Life Insurance | 3 Nov, 2015 | No Comments

Most people know that life insurance policies are typically used to pay a death benefit to loved ones upon the passing away of a family member. However, what many people are not aware of is that life insurance can pay for their long-term care through four different options: viatical settlements, life settlements, combination products, and […]

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3 Reasons Why Small Businesses Owners Need Life Insurance Coverage

Mark Burback | Life Insurance | 30 Oct, 2015 | No Comments

Assume you don’t need life insurance coverage? If you’re a business owner, you may want to think twice before making that assumption. While many individuals can benefit from having life insurance coverage, those with their own business can especially benefit. After all, when you’re a business owner it’s not just your family your keeping care […]

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Why Keeping Your Driving Record Clean May Help Lower Your Life Insurance Costs.

Rachel Garland | Life Insurance | 28 Oct, 2015 | No Comments

Did you know that having a clean driving record can help you save when it comes to life insurance? Although you may assume that your driving record has more to do with your car insurance than life insurance, this isn’t quite the case. In fact, your recent driving record can have a significant impact on […]

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Is It Possible To Find Life Insurance Coverage As A Diabetic?

Rachel Garland | Life Insurance | 21 Oct, 2015 | No Comments

Did you know that almost 30 million children and adults have diabetes in the United States? In fact, it’s reported that nearly 10% of the entire U.S. adult population has diabetes, including 25% of seniors. Whether you suffer from type 1 or type 2 diabetes, rest assured, you are certainly not alone. There are countless […]

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