Life insurance comes with a number of advantages. One of the biggest draws is being able to financial support your family members after you pass away. Most life insurance policies include a death benefit, which your beneficiaries receive after your death. That money can be used to cover funeral expenses, repay outstanding debts and replace lost income. More>>
Guest contributor: Brandi Graver, CLU, is director, advanced sales and Lillian Vogl, JD, CFP, is director, advanced sales at Crump Life Insurance Services
What can people pass on to their loved ones if something were to happen to them suddenly? It depends on the day and, in some cases, the hour. Recent events have many clients concerned about the stability of their wealth, not only for their own benefit, but also for their legacy beneficiaries.
If you have clients who are concerned about what market volatility might mean for their loved ones, life insurance can provide peace of mind that generational wealth won’t get lost in the storms. More>>
A basic life insurance policy offers financial protection for your loved ones after you pass away. It can keep them from being burdened by your debt or the costs of your funeral. But sometimes you need more than just a basic policy.
If that’s the case, you can purchase a life insurance rider to add extra benefits to your life insurance policy. In this article, we’ll explain what a life insurance rider is, what types of riders you can get and whether or not they’re worth the extra cost. More>>
If you know you’re a beneficiary on a life insurance policy, you have protection for your financial future. Life insurance is often purchased to make sure that family members can pay bills, go to college or even support a family business if the insured person passes away. More>>