Often the best way to show your love is by protecting the future of those you care for most. Life insurance isn’t romantic, but it provides a way to secure your family’s future if you’re not around. More>>
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Three Ways Life Insurance Can Help with Long Term Care Needs
Guest contributor Reggie Phillips, CLU, ChFC, CASL, is manager-insurance strategists at Truist Life Insurance Services.
In the spirit of National Long-Term Care Awareness Month, let’s answer some questions about using life insurance with LTC riders instead of traditional long-term care insurance as a potential solution for extended care planning.
When addressing clients’ concerns about overpaying for LTC, the typical and often the most efficient approach is a solution involving a traditional or asset-based LTCi policy. However, there are ways that life insurance can be beneficial for addressing LTC concerns. More>>
Six in 16: My Family’s Military Journey and Reflections on Security
Guest contributor Kim Stringer is an insurance specialist with Truist Life Insurance Services.
Military spouses are essentially running single-parent households and have a lot on their plates in addition to the stress of worrying about their deployed partner. With a high frequency of relocation, they also may not have the deep family connections that many of us rely on for advice and support. And with many of the military spouses’ benefits ending when they retire, typically at an earlier age than others retire from the general workforce, their planning needs are different. Take all these factors into consideration and you can offer a great service to those who provide a great service to all of us. More>>
What a Breast Cancer Diagnosis Means for Obtaining Life Insurance
Guest contributor Lisa Arcuria, director, high net worth client support, at Crump Life Insurance Services.
In the U.S., we dedicate the month of October to Breast Cancer Awareness. Breast cancer and other forms of cancer affect many people’s lives each year. In 2022, roughly 1.9 million people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer. An estimated 287,850 women and 2,710 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer, which makes it the most common cancer diagnosis. I want to share my personal story and my firsthand experience from the business side on how to secure life insurance for clients who have defeated cancer or who may be potentially genetically predisposed to developing cancer. More>>
Lack of Knowledge and Confidence Deter Women from Purchasing Life Insurance
To get a better understanding about why some women were reluctant to purchase life insurance coverage and their perceptions about the process and the industry, LIMRA conducted a qualitative study in February 2022, speaking to women about their financial priorities, their perceived barriers to purchasing life insurance, and how the industry can adjust to better serve them. More>>
Guest contributor: Brian Bock, is a senior vice president, external sales, Financial Institution Channel at Crump Life Insurance Services.
In an industry dominated by face-to-face meetings, we examined how top performers adapted to pandemic work and identified best practices.
Not surprising, most thrived with one foot in traditional and the other in virtual. While our findings aren’t new, execution and commitment to them can guide financial professionals navigating challenging times. More>>