How To Buy Life Insurance
Life insurance is meant to help complete your financial plan, but buying life insurance can be a confusing experience. Luckily, we’ve outlined eight steps you should take to purchase life insurance.
What Is A Life Insurance Beneficiary?
If you have an active life insurance policy when you die, your insurer will pay out a death benefit. The person or organization you choose to receive the death benefit is called the beneficiary.
What Does A Life Insurance Agent Do?
Agents and brokers work on behalf of life insurance companies to help potential customers navigate the process of buying life insurance.
Do I Need Disability Insurance?
Most people overlook disability insurance. Here's a guide to why you might need it, along with what kind and how much.
How To Find Affordable Life Insurance
Buying cheap life insurance doesn’t have to mean skimping on coverage. Knowing how companies set rates means you can take the right steps to finding an affordable life insurance policy.
Understanding The Cost Of Life Insurance
Learn what goes into pricing life insurance and how to get a low cost policy to protect your family.
The 3 Estate Planning Documents Everyone Should Have
The best thing you can do for your future self and your loved ones is prepare for the worst. Create your estate plan with these three essential documents.
How to Understand Your Life Insurance Policy
Your guide to reading the fine print for life insurance policies, both term and whole/universal, from our friends at Policygenius.
Is Term Life Insurance Worth It?
Term life insurance is usually affordable and straightforward. That's why it can be the right choice for most life insurance shoppers, according to Policygenius.
3 Important Types of Insurance to Have When Preparing for Retirement
No longer able to rely on pensions, people who are in the middle of their careers must now consider these less common but important types of insurance.
3 Types of Insurance You May Not Have—But Should Consider
Insurance can be all the difference between avoiding a financial setback and keeping your savings goals on track. Here’s what you need to know.