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  • Fixed Index Annuities: Stability in the Face of Volatility?

    Sep 28

    Most people use insurance products to protect their financial situation. You probably carry life, health, and property insurance. Did you know an insurance product can also help provide you with financial stability in retirement, even when the market and economy are volatile? Fixed index annuities may be able to ...

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  • Term vs Whole Life Insurance: Which Is Right For You?

    Sep 21

    Have you thought about what happens to those you love after you pass away? You may not have because no one truly wants to think about it. But knowing what types of life insurance are out there is vital to the well-being of your loved ones if something were to ...

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  • Explaining the Four Types of Annuities

    Sep 14

    People are living longer. About 1 in 6 people in the world will be aged 60 years or over by 2030. What’s more, the number of people aged 60 years and over will increase from 1 billion in 2020 to 1.4 billion. With more life to live and more goals to pursue, it’s essential ...

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  • The Types of Life Insurance That Are Actually Worth Getting

    Sep 12

    Over 50% of Americans have a form of life insurance. Life insurance is a big business that brings in significant money each year. Over 830 companies offer packages in the U.S. alone!  There are beneficial life insurance types that provide security and benefits. Unfortunately, there are also packages agents ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Whole Life Insurance Quotes

    Sep 5

    We all know we won't live forever. Yet a lot of us live as if we will live forever. Experts estimate that approximately 25 percent of all Americans do not have life insurance at all.  This statistic doesn't include the people who have inadequate insurance. It's ...

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  • What Is Term Life Insurance, and Is It Right for You?

    Aug 29

    For the average person under 70, the odds of dying in any given year is less than 2%. Unfortunately, statistics exist because a tragedy happened to someone. A million to one odds simply mean that one person wasn't as lucky as everyone else. It's this sobering idea of inevitable ...

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