What You Should Know About 1035 Exchange Life Insurance

Posted on: 27 October 2016

Are you unhappy with the terms of your life insurance policy? You might be able to get exchange it for a new policy, but it is only a good idea if you will actually benefit from it. All you have to do is talk to an agent about a 1035 exchange life insurance policy to find out if switching is in your best interest or not. It is possible for you to end up having to pay a higher premium under a new life insurance policy.
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Millennials: Make Life Insurance Affordable With These 3 Tips

Posted on: 27 June 2016

Are you a millennial who is beginning to build a family and just starting out in your career? Do you want to take out a life insurance policy to protect your family if anything were to happen to you but feel hesitant to commit to one more monthly bill? If so, here are 3 tips to keeping the cost of a life insurance policy down so you can have protection without feeling a financial strain.
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Four Overlooked Benefits Of Indexed Universal Life Insurance Policies

Posted on: 9 April 2016

If you've done your research, you understand that an indexed universal life insurance policy differs in many ways from traditional policies. While not for everyone, those who invest in these policies are afforded a number of benefits not generally available with other policies. Lower Premiums Insurance premiums can be costly.  One of the advantages of this type of policy is that your premiums are typically on the lower side. With other policies, premiums are often more expensive due to the fact the insurance company is assuming all the risk.
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Stop Smoking Without A Struggle With These 3 Alternative Addiction-Breakers

Posted on: 6 January 2016

Many, if not most, smokers eventually reach a point in their lives where they want to break the smoking habit, and seek out methods that can help them quit. But popular pharmaceutical smoking cessation tools often aren't as helpful as smokers would like – nicotine replacement therapy alone has been shown to have a 16.4% success rate after a year, and the addition of an anti-depressant drug only raises the success rate to about 30%.
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