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10 Year, 20 Year And 30 Year Term Life Insurance by Donald Lusan
Let us take a look at the 10 year, 20 year and 30 year term life insurance policies. You know, you have a bunch of great policies that the public can choose from, however, for some reason there are certain ones that just stand out.
Whole Life Insurance Explanation by Donald Lusan
A whole life insurance explanation should be required reading for anyone about to purchase life insurance. Whole life, in my humble opinion, has in recent years got a bad rap. People tend to buy term life insurance because it is cheaper. Although I believe that a good term insurance can take care of the insurance needs of most people, a good whole life insurance policy is worth looking at.
Life Insurance - The Three Most Common Types Of Policies Explained by Joe Stewart
There are many things that must be considered before purchasing any lifeinsurance policy. There are 3 main types of life insurance policies to look at Term, Endowment and Whole Life.
How is Life Insurance Taxed? by Stan Jenkins
Any smart person looking into obtaining life insurance will eventually ask the question how is life insurance taxed? Over the years, that question has become more and more difficult to answer because of the way that many life insurance policies have become investment vehicles. It's always a good idea to consult a competent professional on any financial matters but this article will give you some information so that you will have some general knowledge about the relationship between life insurance and taxes.
Partnership Life Insurance by Donald Lusan
A partnership is fairly simple to set up. Two or more people get together with the intent of going into business; they get the appropriate licenses and file the necessary papers with the State and you are in business. When the areas of expertise of these people compliment each other the situation is ideal. Although each partner is taxed on an individual basis they all are liable for the debts of the business.
ULIP's - Life Insurance Coupled with Equity Returns by Rajalakshmi Satish Kumar
UNIT-linked insurance plan which is popularly known as 'ULIP' is the flavour of the season. The conventional Insurance policies have a fixed relationship between the premium and the sum assured. Whereas ULIP allows the policyholder to choose his own sum assured within certain limits, for any given premium. The policyholder may then have the right to adjust his sum assured up or down, again within certain limits according to his circumstances.
Life Insurance Company Ratings by Steve Valentino
Life Insurance is a booming business. The first insurance company in America was formed in 1732 in Charleston, South Carolina. This company only provided fire insurance. Today, more than one hundred and fifty companies offer life insurance of various types and cater to an individual or family?s various needs.
Life & Disability Insurance - What are Riders and How Would I Benefit From Them? by Joe Stewart
A "Rider" is sold at the same time that you buy your insurance policy and it modifies your policy. These are occasionally called endorsements. The Rider overrides any conflict with the policy. In other words, if there is a provision in the Rider that is different than the same provision that was originally in the insurance policy, then the Rider prevails.
Life Insurance For Older People by Marilyn Katz
The number of 55 plus Americans has been steadily increasing as the baby boomers move into that age bracket. Additionally, more people are living longer lives. These trends have caused term life insurance prices to fall by approximately 33% in the last 10 years.
Life Insurance - The Single Person's Need by Donald Lusan
Ignoring purchasing life insurance is one of the biggest mistakes that single people can make. Here is why. In your early years you really have very little need for life insurance, or possibly no need at all. If you die while you are young all that is needed is sufficient cash to bury you. It doesn't take a lot of money to do that. Most parents, in the United States, can afford to bury a child upon death.
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