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The story of how opioids, the strongest of painkillers, crept into everyday use and abuse is now the stuff of investigative news reports, books and documentaries. So, what is the big deal about these little pills?
You do a great job to help your clients understand the benefits of life and critical illness insurance, save for retirement and create an emergency fund – all to ensure that their financial future is secure. However, have you discussed what is available to help them safeguard their children’s financial future as well? Continue reading “Juvenile Insurance – Why You’re Never Too Young to Secure Your Future”
It’s often said that nothing in life is certain but death and taxes. Probate fees on an estate can be added to this common saying. Probate fees are paid on the fair market value of the assets held in the deceased’s estate. While obtaining a grant of probate is not mandatory, in order for certain assets (land, financial accounts, publically traded securities) to be transferred to beneficiaries and to protect the Executor and others from liability, most estates are probated. Continue reading “Death, Taxes and Probate Fees”
Participating whole life insurance is one of the most tried and tested products in the life insurance industry. It has had its ups and downs, but the stability, security, and simplicity of whole life has kept it as one of the most popular forms of permanent insurance. Despite this, clients are still often confused and bewildered by the high cost of the products.
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If your client is purchasing life insurance for the first time, they may have many unanswered questions. For example, they may be wondering about the types of life insurance available to them, and how much coverage they need to protect their families financially. This article will help answer some of their questions, as well as give them various aspects of life insurance to think about before and after they have made this important purchase. Ultimately, it will address five common misconceptions about life insurance that clients may have when purchasing it for the first time.
With countless misleading rules of thumb on the internet, it can be confusing for clients to know what to expect in terms of how much coverage their family requires. Continue reading “Debunking Life Insurance’s Rules of Thumb”
Although the answers to basic life insurance questions may be clear to us, some clients will appreciate a simple explanation of what it all means. Helping your client gain a better understanding of what life insurance is can be a great way to start a conversation about why it is so important.
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Do you have clients who are business owners yet don’t have the right insurance plan in place because they are so focused on trying to build their business? They may not be aware that business insurance can help mitigate risks and provide opportunity when it comes to growing their business.