Figuring that you never have to review your insurance needs is one of the most common misconceptions about life insurance! But, if you don’t review your plan annually — or, for that matter, don’t have a financial plan — here are some guidelines to know when you should review your life insurance.
It’s unfortunate that so many people don’t consider life insurance to be very important. They’re much more concerned with health insurance and auto insurance, since the need for such coverages is usually more immediate. Life insurance doesn’t seem important until it becomes necessary, and then it becomes critical! That’s because you can’t buy life insurance […]
Many people choose self-insurance or go without insurance while others take on too much insurance. During downtimes, insurance can be a financial lifesaver. But is it wise and godly to protect against illness, death, accident, or theft?
If you don’t have life insurance and you have a family that you support, today is your day. Part of preparation is for our benefit and part of it is for the benefit of our loved ones. In this case you and I won’t have any tangible benefit from purchasing life insurance, but the peace of knowing that our loved ones will have a nice financial buffer is pretty nice.
Do you have a to do list that includes items you should have accomplished a year ago? If you do, you are what I call normal. The January 2010 issue of the Sound Mind Investing Newsletter discussed something called a “fiscal health day” (a term they borrowed from a Ron Lieber article in the New […]
The book was written to those who are tired of gambling with their financial future but instead would like a secure and predictable financial future. It reveals the strategy for taking back control of one’s financial future that Wall Street, banks, and credit card companies don’t want people to know…
Private placement life insurance describes a type of variable life insurance that is only offered privately and not through a public offering. It can be a great a defensive tax strategy that transforms ordinary taxable income as well as capital gains into tax free income without any income tax reporting requirements under, and it is all done legally…
Would you take out life insurance on your parents? Why or why not? Recently my siblings have been talking to my mother and I about taking a life insurance out for her, in the case that she passes, a sum of money could be left for her kids and grandkids. The idea would be that we would all co-fund this insurance with her and them.