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  • Term Life Insurance - The Five Most Common Types Of Term Life Insurance Explained by Joe Stewart

    Term Life Insurance is the lowest priced life insurance that is available to consumers. Unlike Whole Life Insurance, Term provides no Cash Value. This means that there are no funds building while you pay your insurance payments (premiums). Term is what is known as "pure" life insurance, with 100% of the premiums paid going toward the payment of your policy.


  • The Pros and Cons of Term Life Insurance - Is it the Right Choice For You? by Ryan Richardson

    Anyone who is shopping for life insurance sees the obvious value in securing the financial future of their family in the event of their untimely passing. This article will briefly discuss the pros and cons of a term life policy to help you determine if it would be a good option for your situation.


  • Term Life Insurance with Accidental Death and Dismemberment Rider by Sharon Taylor

    Adding an accidental death and dismemberment rider to a term life policy is an ideal way for those who need extra protection to get combined and comprehensive coverage. Accidental death and dismemberment riders are also known as "A D & D Riders" as well as "Multiple Indemnities." Multiple indemnities mean that an insurance company will pay a multiple of the policy's face value.


  • Variable Universal Life Insurance by Kevin Stith

    Are you looking for a life insurance policy that is permanent but with flexible premiums and options? If you are searching for this type of policy, then variable universal life insurance might just be the right policy for you.


  • Can I Sell My Life Insurance Policy For a Lump Sum of Cash Or Do I Need To Hold It? by Jamie Sherman

    If you're nearing retirement, you might be wondering, should I sell my life insurance policy? It's usually a choice between stability and instant money. A steady source of income sounds nice, but you'll also want to be prepared for emergencies or rare business opportunities. Selling your insurance policy is a viable option if you have no financial obligations, but there are things you need to note before you cash in. Here are some tips to help you.


  • The Pros and Cons of Whole Life Insurance - How to Know If It's Right For You by Ryan Richardson

    Life insurance can be a very valuable investment. Think about the financial issues your family would be left to struggle with if you were to pass away prematurely. Securing your family's financial future is very important but there are several different types of life insurance available in selecting the one that's right for you can be difficult.


  • Life Insurance Claim Denial- Don't Let it Happen to You by Sara Goldstein

    Insurance, especially life insurance, can be a very confusing topic for most Americans. We often pay various insurance premiums our whole lives. Understanding the nuts and bolts of your life insurance policies can benefit you and your family greatly in the unfortunate event of your death or the death of a family member.


  • Waiver Of Premium And Accidental Death Benefit Riders by Donald Lusan

    Most life insurance companies offer waiver of premium and accidental death benefit riders. These riders are the less talked about benefits of owning a life insurance policy. They can sometimes make such a big difference when a breadwinner dies.


  • Decreasing Term Life Insurance Quotes by Jennifer Bailey

    Term life insurance, is a type of insurance where a person's life is covered for a limited period of time. Many people prefer term life insurance, as the rates of this kind of policy are the lowest. However, the term life insurance rates are different for different people and depend on many parameters such as tobacco consumption, medical records, and occupation. There are many types of term life insurance policies available, and decreasing term life insurance is one of them.


  • What Really is a Death Benefit in a Variable Annuity? by Bill Broich

    Letí»s talk about the basics first. Variable annuities allow the owner to invest in a wide range of options. These options can include stocks, bonds, real estate and a guaranteed fund. The investments are not mutual funds but a close family member called sub-accounts. The money is managed by the manager of each sub-account in accordance with the goal of that account.


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