You found Great-Grandpa’s life insurance policy in an old trunk? Don’t throw it out!
Unlike many types of insurance, most life insurance policies don’t have claim-filing deadlines. You can file a claim many years after the insured has died and the insurer should pay the policy’s face value, as long as the policy was in force (paid up and not expired) at the time of death. Continue reading “Old Life Insurance Policies Could Have Value”
Life insurance is the backbone of a family’s financial plan, but misconceptions abound. A voluntary benefit specialist who is available at enrollments can educate your employees about this important financial tool.
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Almost a third of Americans are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Obesity not only affects quality of life, but it also increases your risk of experiencing heart disease and diabetes, along with some types of cancers, and ultimately, early death.
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Traditional permanent life insurance policies provide death benefits and a savings feature. Other types of life insurance also do that, and more.
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