Ways to Express Your Love and Protect Your Family this Season
- February 9, 2022
Provide the protection that will ensure they will always be financially secured.
Just as you would insure your home, car, and other valuables; you should consider insuring your income. Why is this important?
Income plays an important role in everyday living, from expenses to purchases, it is the driving force in providing for loved ones.
Disability Insurance preserves your income if you were to become temporarily or permanently incapacitated, providing the assurance that your family will have the finances to handle daily living expenses while you are unable to work.
Long-Term Care Insurance
One of the biggest expenses you may encounter is a long-term care (LTC) event. The need for LTC can develop gradually from a chronic illness or disability or suddenly from an accident. LTC services can include necessary diagnostic, preventive, therapeutic, rehabilitative and/or personal-care services. If you or a loved one should require these services, it can quickly deplete an otherwise well-funded savings plan.
Planning accordingly with Long-Term Care Insurance can help alleviate the cost associated with care by covering these services that are generally not covered by Major Medical or Medicare; ensuring you receive the care and attention you deserve, while at the same time, preserving a portion of your wealth intended to be passed to your heirs.
Life Insurance can fill multiple needs, including protecting your family should anything happen to you.
In the event you pass away, the insurance company will pay your beneficiaries a lump-sum of money in the form of a death benefit. This can provide protection for family members by replacing income, covering educational costs and much more.
Life insurance ensures the people you care about will be provided for financially, even if you’re not there to care for them yourself.
Love is not only what you say...
Love is what you do
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