Final Expense

Helping Individuals, Families, and Business Owners SECURE their future and the future of their loved ones

Without question, end-of-life planning is the missing piece to the financial and retirement-planning puzzle. Clearly, nobody likes to talk about death or dying. In fact, the large majority of financial professionals tend to overlook and/or ignore having “the death conversation” as well.


Let's Look at the Facts

  1. Someday, we will all die. Everyone knows a story about someone who died, whether it was expected or unexpected.
  2. Many people die much sooner than expected. Everyone knows a story about someone who died at a time that was “too soon”, and/or someone who died in a way that was completely unpredictable and unexpected.
  3. Someday, we will all need to plan a funeral. At some point in our lives, whether directly or indirectly, we will all be faced with the difficult emotional and financial decisions of planning a funeral.

One of the main reasons that you will want to make sure you purchase final expense insurance is to give your family money when you pass away. You will need to make sure that your family can pay for things like your burial and your funeral.

If you already have money saved up for these items, having this type of coverage might not be that important. For those who do not have the money saved up for these items, having this type of coverage will be imperative.

If you do purchase this type of coverage, you will also be giving yourself a little bit of peace of mind. It would be nice to know that your family will be taken care of when you pass away, even if just financially.

If you purchase a final expense insurance policy, you can be sure that your family will be taken care of the way that you want them to. This will be very important since you will no longer be there for your family like you would want to be.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get coverage for my personal belongings on the boat?

Yes, many boaters insurance policies offer coverage for personal belongings such as clothing, fishing gear, electronics, and other personal items that are kept on the boat.

If you need to file a claim for your boat, contact your insurance company or agent as soon as possible to report the incident. They will guide you through the claims process and provide assistance in assessing the damage and arranging repairs.

You can purchase boaters insurance from insurance companies that specialize in marine insurance, as well as from independent insurance agents or brokers who offer boat insurance policies from multiple insurers.

You can also give us a call and schedule a no-cost consultation where we can help you understand your options! Call us at 417-883-9300 or click “Call Now” below: