Are You Prepared to Handle the Loss of a Spouse/Partner?
It's Life Insurance Awareness Month!
I hope everyone will devote a few minutes to just give thought to what you and your family would do if one or both of the "Parents/Partners" of your family were suddently "gone". It's a fact that most Americans are living paycheck to paycheck these days...a sudden loss could be devastating.
How would you continue to provide for your family, pay the mortgage or rent? Pay for day to day needs of a family? If you suddenly had to go get a job, who would be home to care for the kids? Google the cost of full time childcare in your area.
This won't happen to YOU? Just listen to the news and read the local papers...or get out and talk to real people about real life instead of watching "reality"TV. It happens to families around us every few minutes.
It is NOT too expensive to insure against this horrible catastrophe and I CAN PROVE IT. I challenge everyone to keep a ledger for just ONE MONTH. Write down every penny you spend especially including the impulse items, the candy bar at the gas station the magazine at the checkout stand, the junk your kids are bugging you for every time you go to the store but it's not their birthday yet. Then at the end of one month, add up all the items you could live without and illuminate the amount of money you have just dicovered you have to put towards something useful like Life Insurance!
Take my challenge and then email me with the amount of money you now have monthly to put toward "something" of value and I will show you what your options are with no obligation whatsover! Email me, be sure to put "Your blog" in the subject box so I know what your email is about and don't delete it thinking it's spam. I will let you know what your options are for FREE, with no obigation whatsoever and no bothering you if you're not interested!...but I guarantee you will be interested if you open your mind and start planning for your future.
PS-I represent all admitted carriers in the States where you live, not just one company. I work for my clients, not the carriers...I "represent" the carriers best for my clients.