If your children are grown, the house is paid for and you’re about to retire (or already have!), it may seem like your time for life insurance has passed. Perhaps you feel that your savings and investments, along with Social Security, will take care of whatever lies ahead.
In fact, these misconceptions prevent many empty-nesters and retirees from purchasing or maintaining the life insurance coverage they need. If these four myths sound like you, you may want to think again. More>>