Life Insurance is a valuable tool in estate planning. While different people have different needs, at its core, the decision to purchase life insurance is about providing financial security for those that you love.
Term Insurance is one type of coverage and is usually more economical. It provides coverage for a set period of time specified by a number of years, and while there is no cash value, it provides a death benefit if the insured dies while the policy is active. You can choose a 5-, 10-, 15-, 20- or 30-year term based on your specific needs and vision of the years ahead.
Term Life Insurance is intended to help replace lost income and cover needs that will "go away" over time. It is insurance for a specific number of years. Most policies have coverage that will not change for the term selected. In addition, many proprietary content term insurance policies have an option that allows you to convert to a permanent policy without a medical exam.
Long-Term Care Insurance
Long-Term Care Insurance is often overlooked by many people, perhaps because they don't understand its role in the estate planning process. Long-Term Care Insurance is designed to help cover the cost of your care as you age. Its goal is to protect the assets you built while saving for retirement, preserve inheritance, and provide for your care without placing a financial strain on your children or other family members. This may include but is not limited to home health care, custodial care, nursing home care or other expenses that are not covered by Medicare.
You can plan and prepare for all of these scenarios by choosing from a variety of coverage and benefits, including benefit periods, elimination periods, maximum benefit payouts and inflation protection. Education First Financial Group knowledgeable financial advisors are here to answer all your questions and help you select the solution that is right for you.Talk to an Advisor
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