You buy life insurance because it is the best way to protect your loved ones. It is a financial decision…kind of. It is an emotional decision…sort of. It is about love and caring and the future…most definitely.
Still, millions of people buy life insurance every year for reasons that are often difficult to express. At the same time, the reasons are simple and obvious. That’s the thing about life insurance. The idea maybe simple, but the reasons behind it cut deep, to our very core, almost to an instinctive level.
At the heart of it, if you are like most people, you do so for six very good reasons.
Life insurance is about taking care of loved ones.
Life insurance is for the living.
Should you die, the proceeds will help you keep the promises you have made to those people who are important to you.
Life insurance buys time and options.
Too often, when an income earner dies, survivors are forced to make tough, dramatic decisions—and to do so quickly—at a time when they may not be emotionally in a position to make good choices. Life insurance gives survivors a chance to adjust over time rather than need to look right away for a downsized home or new job. Your life insurance gives your family choices by providing the benefits to help pay off debts; to help meet housing payments, and ongoing living expenses; to help fund college educations for your children or grandchildren; and more.
Life insurance provides cash when it’s needed most.
Life insurance is an expression of love and caring.
Because you care about your family, you want to ensure their financial security if you’re suddenly not around to do so. Don’t have life insurance? Not sure of how much life insurance you need? That’s what we’re here for. CONTACT US today to speak with one of our representatives and let us help you SECURE your future and the future of your loved ones.
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Do I have to pay a penalty if I do not have health insurance?
If you don’t have a health plan for this year and don’t qualify for an exemption, you’ll pay the fee when you file your federal tax return next year. These fees vary by year. Contact us for questions.