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Is Life Insurance Important?

If you have family members who depend on you financially, you should consider purchasing a life insurance policy. A life insurance policy can ensure that your loved ones maintain a financial safety net in the event of your death. Here are seven reasons why purchasing a life insurance policy is important.

Seven Reasons to Buy a Life Insurance Policy

Having adequate life insurance coverage is essential to ensuring your loved ones will have some financial peace of mind following your death. You should consider purchasing a life insurance policy if any of the following apply to you:

  1. You have a spouse
  2. You have children who depend on your income
  3. You have family members, including parents, who depend on your income
  4. You’re actively investing in your children’s future education
  5. You’re a homeowner and/or you’ve renovated your home
  6. You built a business, or you’re expanding your business
  7. You are in the process of planning your estate

Comparing Life Insurance Options

What kind of life insurance policy should you purchase?

  • Term life insurance is typically more affordable than permanent life insurance. You can buy coverage for specified periods of time, or "terms" that typically last between 5 and 30 years.
  • Permanent life insurance is in place from the moment you buy them to the end of your life. There are a few different types of permanent life insurance plans, and their premiums tend to be more expensive than the premiums for term life insurance policies.

Determining the importance of life insurance and the type of policy you should buy doesn't have to be difficult. Connect with a licensed insurance agent at 1-855-303-4640 to discuss your options.

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Applications for life insurance may be subject to acceptance by insurer. Issuance of the policy may depend upon answers to health questions. Rates and coverage amounts depend upon the carrier selected. Your policy may be subject to underwriting approval. You will receive only the benefit amount in the policy issued.

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