If you knew that you were guaranteed to be eligible for life insurance, would you buy coverage? If you currently have life insurance, do you wish you had more coverage? One of the biggest reasons people don’t have adequate insurance is because their health prevents them from qualifying for life
As a Wealth Strategist, one of the interactions I enjoy most is teaching clients how to implement a whole life policy into their everyday life. I savor these teaching sessions because typically, I receive the same excited, shocked, curious and amazed reactions when clients become enlightened to the life changing
What is Key Person Insurance? Also known as “Key Man” Insurance, or Company Owned Life Insurance (COLI), it is a type of life insurance that provides coverage for vital individuals of a business. Who is Considered a Key Employee? The employees designated as “key” are solely determined by the business.
By definition, “insurance” is a contract that provides financial protection against loss. Whether it’s loss of property, a job, health, even a particular skill or unique characteristic (Betty Grable’s legs, Bruce Springsteen’s voice, etc.). One factor that plays a role in the selection of insurance is one you cannot prevent
Life insurance is, usually, purchased to provide financial support for your family upon your death. A pre-arranged sum of money is disbursed to your loved ones to be used in any way they choose—from paying off your mortgage, student and auto loans, and taxes, to replacing your income for the
“If I were to start over from scratch today with what we know, I’d probably blow up the existing structure and start over.” –Ted Benna, Father of the 401(k) Quite a powerful realization, but because so many individuals are pushed into using the qualified plan for retirement, they don’t realize
Doctors, dentists, counselors, and life insurance agents. They all have something in common; there are key factors that need to be present before we officially select one. A recent consumer poll provided that 79% of consumers asked their family and friends for insurance agent referrals. And 69% asked colleagues and