Life Insurance

You and your loved ones can have a promising future if you have the right life insurance. The best thing about life insurance is that it can accomplish the promises made to your family if the worst happens. It is not advisable to leave your family’s future to chance.

Some changes that may necessitate you to change your life insurance policy include:

  • Marriage or Divorce
  • New child or grandchild
  • Opening or expanding a business
  • You are providing financial care to a parent
  • Your health or spouse’s health has worsened
  • You bought a new home
  • Your child or grandchild needs a long-term assistance
  • You are concerned about retirement income
  • You have a sizable estate
  • You have lately acquired an inheritance share

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Mortgage & Housing 

Risk Factor

You do not lose any financial obligations or debts after your death. One of the most important and most expensive properties you own is probably your home. Couples and partners are often burdened by mortgage or rental payments.


In the event of your death, your spouse or children can take care of your debts and avoid the stress of having to make mortgage payments.

Automobile Payments

Risk Factor

Automobiles are often leased or financed these days by many families. An automobile payment could be outstanding for years if the family's primary earner died.


Your spouse or children would be able to repay your outstanding debts through a life insurance policy, saving them from having to make monthly payments on your car or cars.

Retirement Savings Protected

Risk Factor

If you have a pension or retirement fund, you will live off of social security once you retire. How about if you have been funding a surviving spouse's retirement? Social Security benefits can be affected by the unexpected death of the main earner.


With a life insurance policy in place, surviving children and spouse are able to support themselves. 

Burial Expenses

Risk Factor

Even without unnecessary options or luxurious services, a funeral can cost upwards of ten thousand dollars, a huge expense out of pocket. It's stressful enough to lose a loved one; what's the point of adding the stress of a funeral bill?


There is no need to worry about funeral costs if you have life insurance. Having a funeral that is affordable for your family will give them peace of mind without having to worry about funeral costs.

Providing for Family

Risk Factor

The journey of raising children is rewarding, but it is also very costly. Bringing a child to adulthood can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, and college expenses and their cars can also be extremely expensive. Would your child be able to feed, clothe, receive day care, and attend school if you were to die tomorrow?


Your children can benefit from life insurance if you die untimely. In the event that your child needs everything he or she might need during their childhood, a life insurance policy could provide enough income to cover the expenses.

Income Replacement / Support for Spouse

Risk Factor

It is a common misconception that if your children are grown or you don't have children, you don't need life insurance. Upon your death, your family will be responsible for your financial obligations.


If you pass away before your spouse or adult children are able to maintain their lifestyle, life insurance can replace the income you would normally contribute.

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What You Need to Know

We can help you choose the ideal life insurance policy that covers your requirements. The common types of life insurance products you can choose from include:

Term Life Insurance

It offers protection for a particular period. A term life insurance provides you a good starting point because it’s cheaper than permanent life insurance. It is also available in various periods with fixed premiums. What’s more, term life insurance is convertible to permanent coverage to give you the much-desired changes.

Universal Life Insurance

It is typically permanent life insurance characterized by flexible premiums, unbundled pricing structure, and face amounts. Universal life insurance can create cash value, meaning you can earn an interest that adjusts periodically. However, it shouldn’t go below a specific percentage.

Whole Life Insurance

It’s a type of permanent life insurance that stays in place for your entire lifetime as long as the premiums are reimbursed as articulated in the coverage. A whole life coverage offers you an investment opening as it can build cash value over time.

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The Amount You Want to Cover

The type of life insurance will determine premium price. Be sure to ask what your best options are when requesting a quote.

Your Selected Policy Options

Life insurance options are individually priced, meaning the amount you pay comes down to the coverage you wish to buy.

Your Policy's Set Coverage Limits

You might opt to select higher term or whole life insurance payouts amounts will depend on your families needs and situation.

Why You Need Life Insurance

Having the ideal life insurance policy gives you the chance to plan for your present and future. Life insurance offers assurance for your family following your demise. Also, a life insurance policy may provide other benefits and investment prospects you can use while you are still alive. Here are the benefits of life insurance:

Death Benefits

Should you pass away, life insurance offers a tax-free income to your named beneficiaries to use to pay funeral expenses, estate taxes, education, debt, or other financial requirements. The policy comes in handy in offering security for your business, too. For example, it allows partners to acquire the interests of a departed partner and, in the process, avoid a forced liquidation.

Living Benefits

A whole life insurance policy’s cash value growth is tax-deferred. Merely put, it means you don’t pay taxes on the cash value’s growth unless you withdraw the money. You can withdraw or take loans against the cash value of a permanent life insurance cover to help you pay for various expenses like home down payment or college tuition.

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