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Do You Need Term Insurance?
Term Life insurance does not need to be a part of every person’s estate plan, but it’s a must especially for parents of young children and those who support a spouse or a disabled adult or child. In addition to helping to support dependents, Term insurance can help provide immediate cash at death. Term insurance proceeds can pay debts, funeral expenses, estate taxes and of course replace income.
How does Term Insurance work?
When you buy a term life policy, an insurance company promises that it will pay your beneficiaries a set amount if you die during the policy’s term. In exchange, you pay a monthly premium to the company for the duration of that term.
The death benefit amount you choose at the start of your policy does not have an assigned use. Typically, these funds are used to cover funeral expenses, debts, mortgage or replace lost income; however, the death benefit can be used by beneficiaries in any way they choose.
You can buy Term insurance for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 year time frames. Others are available but these are the most common.
You can also add riders to your policy, riders are extra options for an extra premium that can included coverage for your children or that might return all your premiums at the end of your Term.
Ask yourself these questions
How many people depend on your income?
How much money would your dependents need for living expenses?
How long would it take for your dependents to be come self-sufficient?
How much money will be available immediately to pay for final expenses?
Will you owe any debts and taxes after your death?
What are your future financial obligations?
Additional Riders you can buy
Return of Premium
For an additional premium you can get all your money back.
For an additional premium you can get coverage for your children without medical questions for them.
For an additional premium you can add accidental coverage that can double the benefit amount.
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