One of the biggest rating factors for life insurance is your age. Most people probably don’t realize they can turn back time and be rated a year younger. Before people get too excited, I want to caution there are some restrictions and reasons for not doing this. Every insurance company has its own rules for … Continue reading “Will I Save Money If I Backdate My Life Insurance Policy”
What are your options if you had cancer in the past and you want life insurance? The type of cancer matters. Insurance companies are okay with basal cell skin cancer. They are also okay when the affected organ is removed. For instance, if you have a radical mastectomy after having breast cancer, the insurance company … Continue reading “Life Insurance Options If You Had Cancer”
Guaranteed issue life insurance is also known as guaranteed acceptance life insurance. This type of plan doesn’t provide full coverage until a two year waiting period expires. Many guaranteed issue plans are sold directly to consumers without an agent. Insurance companies that sell direct to consumers are financially incentivized to sell as many of these … Continue reading “The Problem with Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance”
Do you have a dangerous job and need life insurance? Most types of life insurance ask at least one underwriting question about your occupation. You can either do things the hard way, finding a company willing to accept your particular occupation, or you can simply go with a type of policy that doesn’t ask occupation … Continue reading “Life Insurance for Dangerous Jobs”
This post discusses the good and bad reasons for replacing a life insurance policy.
Nearly every life insurance blog I come across can’t avoid talking about the benefits of cash value when whole life is the subject of conversation. I’ve never heard an author discuss the dangers of cash value, which do exist. One reason for this lack of information is that so many authors give very basic, top-level … Continue reading “The Dangers of Life Insurance Cash Value”
I recently ran across a blog article from a certified financial planner. In the article he described a situation where a 28 year old man with $5,000 in credit card debt and no heirs was sold a $200,000 whole life policy. The financial planner mentions term life as the best solution in this situation. However, … Continue reading “Financial Planner Versus Life Insurance Agent”
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