What, me worry?
- Alfred E. Neuman
Many, if not most, of the things we do in our financial lives are for others.
We work to provide a service or product that someone else values enough to pay us.
We use that money to take care of our families and give to charities. We even take long weekends and relaxing vacations to “recharge” so we can go do it all over again.
But these actions are only while we are alive. What happens if we are gone?
Life insurance is meant to help fill the void if you unexpectedly leave this earthly existence sooner than planned.
It’s as simple as that and making it any more complicated can only rack up fees for salespeople we don’t intentionally wish to care for. We will dive deep into this over the coming weeks.
So, what do you think?
Do you have life insurance? Do your loved ones feel protected just in case? Have you thought of life insurance as a fancy product that can only be good for the salesperson?
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