Women are nearly half of the labor force and the primary earners in many households. Yet most remain uninvolved when it comes to insurance and managing money. That needs to change.
You are going to die. That sentence should make you uncomfortable—uncomfortable enough to get off your butt and look into getting a life insurance policy.
If you’re a breast cancer survivor and are in the market for life insurance, contact your life insurance agent. Affordable life insurance rates are in your future.
You need to take personal financial responsibility for your financial well-being. You can’t rely on friends, family and the government to fill the financial gaps.
The reality is that over two-thirds of those who do have life insurance are paying less than $100 a month to have it, and just under half are paying less than $50 a month.