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Beginner’s Guide To Choosing A Beneficiary

If you have a life insurance policy, your beneficiary is the person who will receive the benefits in the event of your death. For obvious reasons, choosing a beneficiary is an important step in the process of obtaining life insurance. If you are new to the process, the following tips can help. Consider the Purpose of the Policy You are buying life insurance for a...

Is It Better To Get Life Insurance Through My Workplace Or Independently?

Life insurance is part of the benefits package many employers offer their employees. This coverage can also be purchased independently. Buying life insurance through an employer can have both advantages and disadvantages for the policyholder. Pros and Cons of Getting Life Insurance Through the Workplace Pros Many employers offer a small amount of life insurance, known as basic group life, as a benefit to their...

What Do I Need To Do Before Buying Life Insurance?

Buying life insurance is an important financial decision. Not only can it help protect the loved ones who depend on you, but it can also serve as a useful financial tool. To help ensure you make the right decision, take the following steps before shopping for a life insurance policy. Determine How Much Life Insurance You Need How much will be needed in death benefits...

Is It Ever Too Late To Get Life Insurance?

Strictly speaking, it is never too late to buy life insurance. However, the longer you wait to purchase a policy, the higher your premiums and the more limited your options. If you wait too long, you may have to settle for a policy that is less than you want at higher rates. Why Buy Life Insurance Early? The younger you are when you buy life...

What Happens To My Life Insurance If I Am In A Coma?

A coma is a state of extended unconsciousness due to inefficient brain function. This unresponsive state can be caused by a traumatic blow to the head, oxygen deprivation from choking or drowning, severe infection, exposure to toxins, or extremely high blood sugar. Under most circumstances, life insurance policies do not pay out as long as the policyholder remains alive. If you are in a coma...