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Life Insurance

Life insurance either for you personally, or for your business. In addition to life insurance, explore disability insurance.


Why should I have life insurance?

Life insurance is a crucial step in planning for your future and your family's future. It can fulfill promises and obligations to your family if you are no longer living. The death benefit is income-tax free and can be used to cover funeral expenses, repay debt, provide education, pay estate taxes or any other expenses your survivors may incur.

Life insurance may also be used to help ensure that a family business will pass to your intended survivor. There are also benefits to certain types of life insurance plans during your lifetime.

of US residents have a Life Insurance Policy

What should I consider?

  • Income sources outside of salaries and earnings

  • Whether or not the individual is married, and if so, what is the spouse's earning capacity

  • The number of individuals who are financially dependent on the insured

  • The amount of death benefits payable from Social Security and from an employer sponsored life insurance plan

  • Whether any special life insurance needs exist (e.g. mortgage repayment, education fund, estate planning needs)

  • Don't just do this on your own, talk with us on exactly what your situation is.

In certain circumstances, it may be advisable to purchase life insurance on children; generally, however, such purchases should not be made in lieu of purchasing appropriate amounts of life insurance on the family breadwinner(s). It is of utmost importance that the income earning capacity of the primary breadwinner be fully protected, if possible, through the purchase of the required amount of life insurance before contemplating the purchase of life insurance on children or on a non-wage earning spouse. In a dual-earning household, it is important to protect the income earning capacity of both spouses. Life insurance on a non-wage earning spouse is often recommended for the purpose of paying for household services lost at this individual's death.