There are many good reasons to consider buying a life insurance policy, such as a recent marriage, a new baby, or taking on a large debt (like a house) loved ones would have trouble paying off if something happened to you. Or, perhaps you have witnessed first-hand the impact a death has on surviving family members’ finances.
Insurance protects you from life’s calamities. You want to make sure you have the right coverage so an accident, illness, or other disaster doesn’t lead to financial ruin. but how exactly can you figure out what policy is the right one? No matter what kind of insurance you’re buying—whether it’s health, home, auto, renter’s or
Becoming a parent means taking on a whole new level of responsibility. After all, you’ve now got a new life in your hand’s and your child is dependent on you for everything. While the list of things you need to do as a new mom or dad is endless, there’s one essential item that should
If you’d like to become a parent in the near future, there is one financial move you can’t afford not to make. According to Ryan Cole, certified financial planner and private wealth advisor in San Francisco, that move is buying life insurance. Generally, you need life insurance if someone else is depending on your income,
For many people, life insurance doesn’t cross their radar until they’ve reached their 30s. But I bought my life insurance policy four years ago—at the ripe old age of 25. And I’ve never regretted the decision. In fact, if I had it to do over again I would have taken out my policy sooner. Here
Business owners have a lot to keep track of every day, and it’s important to take the time to plan for the unexpected. In the unfortunate scenario that an integral employee passes away, a company can be left scrambling. Key person insurance is a valuable tool to ensure a business doesn’t fail after the unexpected