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LIFE INSURANCE - LIVING BENEFITS AWARENESS MONTH
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Did you know that there is life insurance that you can use while you are still alive? We can help you understand what living benefits are and when/how they can be accessed. Life insurance isn't what it used to be - find out the differences and make 2024 the year you protect your family with life insurance.
January is #LBAM, which stands for Living Benefits Awareness Month. Many believe that you have to die to access the death benefit in a life insurance policy. But Living Benefits policies have options for accessing those benefits while you are still living. I can help you understand your options. Reach out to me and let's chat!
#Education Time! What is a permanent life insurance policy? Permanent life insurance is a life insurance policy that doesn't expire until the death of the policy holder. Once you have it, it's yours. It differs from term insurance which is typically good for a set number of years. I can help you understand the differences between different policy types, their benefits, their expenses, and other details. Contact me today.
There are three times in life that life insurance protection is important. First, if there is a premature death, life insurance pays a death benefit to a specified beneficiary. Second, if there is an illness, such as heart attack, stroke, or an event requiring extended care, life insurance can offer a living benefit. Finally, if there is a long life, there may be a need for retirement income. There is a life policy that can cover all three scenarios. Is it time to upgrade your life insurance policy? Let's talk.
Cornelia Steinberg didn't think she needed life insurance. Her ex-husband earned good money in his job, and she figured that if anything ever happened to hear, her daughter would be well taken care of. However, once Cornelia's friend and advisor explained the reasons that owning Living Benefits life insurance made sense for her, Cornelia immediately saw the value as a "no-brainer." A few months later, that decision proved to be, as she says in the video, one of the best she's ever made.
"It was the lives of my husband and children without me." Even at her lowest point in the struggle against cancer, life insurance gave Chaunté Lowe, Breast Cancer survivor, peace of mind knowing her family would be taken care of. Take action today to protect yourself and those you love with life insurance.
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Living Benefits in the event of illness may be provided by riders, which are supplemental benefits that can be added to a life insurance policy and are not suitable unless you also have a need for life insurance. Riders are optional, may require additional premium and may not be available in all states or on all products. This is not a solicitation of any specific insurance policy.