Obtaining good life insurance for you and your loved ones gives you the ability to pass on wealth to others should you pass away. This kind of coverage can be put to use for almost any purpose and, oftentimes, the money is even tax-free.
Life insurance coverage is obtained for an individual or for a group, like a whole family. If one or more policyholders die, a specified amount of funds is then released and provided to the named beneficiary or beneficiaries.
Anyone can purchase this kind of insurance for themselves or for their family members. A business can also obtain policy coverage to protect itself if an important key leader, or “keyman”, should pass away. This is protection to ensure that the business would go on regardless of such a loss and any inherent consequences due to said loss.
Insurance that is bought on the life of an individual is purchased for a specified amount. For example, two spouses may purchase a $50,000 policy on each other, and then the requisite monthly payments are made. Should one or the other spouse die, the payout of $50,000 goes to the surviving spouse.
There is a myriad of types of coverage available. Some will have an accumulation of funding via their interest rates, while others might have separate but connected accounts to build value on the policy. The following are the most common kinds of coverage:
Life insurance is often an excellent method for providing for your family if a breadwinner should pass away unexpectedly. This coverage can assist in covering the expense of medical bills, a funeral, living expenses while the children are still at home, to help pay off debt, and to even leave an inheritance.
In today’s financial environment, it’s important to know that there are some things you don’t have to worry about. Life insurance can be the foundation of financial security for you and your family. It can be the base upon which other insurance and investment decisions are built.
Different life situations call for different types of life insurance. Think about these things when you choose term, universal, variable, or whole life.
1. Planning for Long-Term Care Costs – If you’re concerned about paying for long-term care, learn how life insurance solutions may help.
2. 4 Types of Life Insurance – Find the right insurance for your situation. Compare term, whole, universal, and variable universal life insurance.
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3. How Much Life Insurance is Enough? There are a few things to consider before you put a number on your policy.
4. Working with a Professional – Find out how working with an investment professional can help.
5. Taking Care of Loved Ones – Life insurance death benefits help provide for the future financial needs of loved ones. If you are the beneficiary of a Nationwide policy, let us help you get started.
As your personal situations change (i.e., marriage, the birth of a child, or job promotion), so will your life insurance needs. Care should be taken to ensure this product is suitable for your long-term life insurance needs. You should weigh any associated costs before making a purchase. Life insurance has fees and charges associated with it that include costs of insurance that vary with such characteristics of the insured as gender, health, and age, and has additional charges for riders that customize a policy to fit your individual needs.
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