We know the importance of life insurance as we want to make
sure that our loved ones are taken care of when we die. But do
some research so you'll be sure to get the best possible
coverage at the right price. Here are some helpful tips:
1. Shop for your life insurance coverage
2. Never buy more
coverage than you need
3. Buy sooner rather than later
Realize the importance of reviewing your coverage
5. You will
be paying more by paying monthly
6. Don't rely solely on the
life insurance offered by your employer
SHOP FOR YOUR
When it comes to life insurance, it pays
to shop around because premiums can vary widely. And thanks to
the Internet, it's now easier than ever.Make sure the website
considers the factors in your medical history that can affect
BUY LIFE INSURANCE THAT YOU NEED
key to purchasing the right amount of life insurance is to have
enough to meet your needs. It's important not to have too little
coverage as it would be difficult to purchase if you get sick.
The healthier you are, the better the life insurance rates.
Healthy people get better rates on life insurance. You will be
asked to pay a higher rate if you smoke, take medications
regularly, are overweight or have a bad driving record.
GET YOUR LIFE INSURANCE WHILE YOU ARE WELL
If you've been
putting off purchasing life insurance because you don't want to
pay the premiums, you may be doing yourself a disservice in the
long run. If you are in good health, buy it now.
LIFE INSURANCE COVERAGE SHOULD BE REGULARLY REVIEWED
You'll want to make sure that a major life event such as the
birth of a child, marriage, divorce or perhaps that the children
are grown won't leave you underinsured or overinsured.
MONTHLY PREMIUM PAYMENTS FOR LIFE INSURANCE COSTS MORE
You will be paying more for your life insurance if you pay your
premium in monthly installments.
GROUP LIFE INSURANCE
Don't rely solely on the life insurance offered by your
employer. Many employers offer their employees some sort of
group life insurance. But this amount of coverage is usually not
enough and group life insurance policies are not portable,
meaning that if you leave your job, you can't take your life
insurance coverage with you.
About the Author:
Ivon T. Hughes of The Hughes Trustco Group is a licensed
Insurance Broker. Author of The Life Insurance Handbook. - Get a
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