If you have dependents who rely on your for their financial maintenance, it makes sense to get life insurance.
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Many consumers select term life plans based solely on the term life insurance quotes supplied to them by insurers competing for business. However, choosing the best term life insurance companies is about more than shopping the lowest rates for comparable coverage.
If you are interested in getting life insurance without having a physical exam it means one of three things. You want the insurance really fast, you can’t stand doctor examinations or you have a health condition that keeps you from applying for a more traditional policy. Either way, I have some very good news for you. You can get life insurance without a physical exam and still save money – a lot of money sometimes.
If you are wondering "how much life insurance do I need", I have some very good news. First, finding the answer is pretty straight forward as you’ll see. Second, by asking this little question you’ve also found the key to saving a lot of money on life insurance. You see exactly what I mean in just a bit.
Understanding the basics of various financial principles, concepts, and products is paramount to succeeding with your personal finances. With that in mind, today I wanted to focus on helping people understand how does life insurance work.
This is a guest post from my good friend, Jeff Rose, who is a totally legit PF blogger — he’s a CFP. He is something of a life insurance expert, and this is a great post from him, particularly for newlyweds.
The two life insurance policies are composed of two basic types. The first one is the term life insurance and the second one is the whole life insurance. Both of these life insurance types have both advantages and disadvantages. The choices will depend on your preferences and your needs. However, you will never know the differences and the benefits if you do not have idea as to how they work.
It seems obvious that you need life insurance if you are the primary breadwinner. But what about life insurance coverage on a stay at home partner?