Life Happens

18
Mar

A Financial Lifeline You May Have Forgotten About

A Financial Lifeline You May Have Forgotten About So much has happened in the last few days and weeks that I feel like months have passed. Social distancing is now on everyone’s lips. And the goal is noble: flatten “the curve” and prevent more people from getting sick from the Coronavirus. The impact, though, is being felt in so many

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3
Feb

Join Our Special “Love Insurance” Twitter Chat during #InsureYourLove

Join Our Special “Love Insurance” Twitter Chat during #InsureYourLove Join us as we moderate a Twitter Chat during Insure Your Love Month along with NAIFA. We’ll discuss new data that shows Americans are delaying traditional life milestones and following alternative paths in favor of financial security. We hope the chat helps promote how important financial security, including having adequate life

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7
Jan

5 Reasons Why Having Life Insurance Is Good for You

5 Reasons Why Having Life Insurance Is Good for You We get it: No one wants to think about death—for us or the ones we love. And a lot of people equate life insurance with death. And while it IS there if the worst were to happen, it can also do so many other things, and doesn’t have to break

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10
Dec

4 End-of-Life Documents and Why You Need Them?

4 End-of-Life Documents and Why You Need Them? Most of us aren’t keen to think about the end of life–especially our own. But discussing the need for and understanding end-of-life planning documents is important for all of us. So, what are these documents and why do you need them? Here’s a summary: 1: Durable power of attorney. This appoints another

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19
Nov

For Kids, Finances Need to Go Beyond Lemonade … to Marshmallows

For Kids, Finances Need to Go Beyond Lemonade … to Marshmallows The summer lemonade stand is a rite of passage for all kids. It is usually the first time a child gets to create their own business. They learn about the hard work it involves but also learn of its rewards, monetary and other. For my two girls, it was a lemonade and

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29
Oct

4 Tips for Applying for Life Insurance After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

4 Tips for Applying for Life Insurance After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis After feeling a lump in her breast earlier this year, my wife, Julie, who’s 35, had a 3-D mammogram. The radiologist reviewed the results with her and scheduled a biopsy for the following week. That’s when we found out that she had high-grade ductal carcinoma in situ with

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9
Sep

Join Life Happens and NAIFA for a Special Chat During #LIAM19

Join Life Happens and NAIFA for a Special Chat During #LIAM19 Join Life Happens and NAIFA representatives on Thursday, September 26th from 1:00-2:00pm EDT as we moderate a Twitter Chat focused on findings from the 2019 Insurance Barometer Study. There will be plenty of activity from the media, insurance companies, agents and consumers. We hope this chat helps promote life insurance awareness

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23
Aug

5 Questions Expecting Moms Have About Life Insurance

5 Questions Expecting Moms Have About Life Insurance If you are expecting a child and are considering life insurance, the first thing I have to say is—smart move! But if this is your first time looking for coverage, you may have questions. Here are some typical ones I’ve heard over the years: 1. What type of life insurance coverage is best

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16
Jul

3 Ways to Help a Charity With a Gift of Life Insurance

3 Ways to Help a Charity With a Gift of Life Insurance America is a charitable nation. More than two-thirds of Americans (69%) give to charity each year. That means you probably do too. But did you know that there are other ways to give to charities besides just writing a check or supporting a Go Fund Me campaign? A

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10
Jun

Denied Life Insurance? Here Are Your Next 3 Steps

Denied Life Insurance? Here Are Your Next 3 Steps It’s tough to learn that the life insurance company you applied to will not be offering you coverage, especially if you were fully expecting a yes! You may fall into the “impaired risk market,” which means you have something in your background that makes you a higher risk for dying prematurely—think

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