- Getting married?
- Having a baby or grandchild?
- Buying a home?
- Starting a business?
- Changing jobs?
- Divorced or widowed?
- An empty-nester?
How can you secure future income to help manage these life-changing events?
Life insurance provides financial security for the people you care about the most – your family. There are tax-free and loan options that can help your loved ones pay monthly living expenses and pay off debt, including your final expenses. Other options they offer include providing family financial security with additional income or paying off a mortgage, sending a child to college, continuing a family business, providing a family legacy, estate tax funding or helping your favorite charity.
Choices include Term, Whole or Universal life insurance.
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|BASIC LIFE INSURANCE TERMS – Pros & Cons of Insurance Types|
Also available are enhanced life insurance versions:
- Asset-Based with Life with a Long-Term Care rider
- Whole Life insurance with a Long-Term Care Insurance rider
- Universal Life with a Long-Term Care Insurance rider
- Second-To-Die Life Insurance
Demystifying the myths of insurance and navigating the hundreds of financial options can frustrating. Together, we can identify the gaps that plague individuals and families when they experience a life-changing event and review the best options to protect you, your family and your business.
*Consult with a professional tax and/or legal advisor before taking any action that may have tax or legal consequences.
Source: Duke University Life Insurance Comparison Chart