n this Instagram-able world, when it comes to attributes we look for in a romantic partner, we might think “looks” and “style” would come up at the very top of the list. Not so.
Join Life Happens as we moderate a Twitter Chat focused around romance, couples and finances during Insure Your Love Month. We anticipate plenty of activity from consumers, the media, insurance companies, agents and advisors. We hope the chat helps promote how important financial fitness, including having adequate life insurance, is for couples. Date: Wednesday, Feb. 14 […]
Just because you’re retired doesn’t necessarily mean you’re financially sound.
Think of all the different scenarios that may still be applicable: You may have been required to retire early; you may have had investments that have gone sour and haven’t had time to rebuild your nest egg. Additionally, there may be a need to cover final expenses, you may have children still at home who depend on the them, or you may have a family member like an aging parent or special-needs sibling that you provide financial support for.
Think you can’t qualify for life insurance? Think again.
You want to protect your loved ones for the future once you’re no longer around to provide for them. We all do. Life insurance gives you that peace of mind that your family will be taken care of after you’re gone.
However, you’re also worried that your health issues mean you won’t qualify for life insurance because it is meant for healthy people only. So what do you do?
Only 52% of Millennials have life insurance, but a whole lot more than that have loved ones—spouse, partner, kids, aging parents—that need financial protection if something were to happen to them. Here’s what the 2017 Insurance Barometer Study by Life Happens and LIMRA found: