September is Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM)
September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. This is a promotion “tool” but one that everyone should at least consider. That is, ask the questions, do you need life insurance, or if you have it, are the people you want to protect adequately covered? Think about other family members and inquire if they have life insurance to protect the ones they love as well.
So far I have only seen one family that I thought was over insured or, in other words, had too much life insurance. That, however, is very very rare. And yes I did indicate that I thought they had more than enough life insurance and alas I did not sell them any more.
Surveys point out that there is a growing number of families in the United States that are under insured or do not have any life insurance. In just the last 6 years the survey points out that there are over 10 Million more households that do not have any life insurance.
Take some time to think about you and your loved ones and contact your insurance professional if you know and or work with one. If you do not work with an Insurance professional and would like to talk, please contact me and my office.
The following video illustrates a real life situation from Texas and shows that there are ways to get life insurance at work as well as going it alone by working with a life insurance professional. This story shows the twist of life and the importance of “planning.”
In addition see great pics of the most important people in my life, and then create your own slideshow in 3 easy steps.
On the above web page you will find tools to help you think about life insurance that are not from any one life insurance company. Give it some thought and feel free to call me for further discussion or call the insurance professional you work with to make sure all your bases are covered.
In closing I will say that a majority of families either have no life insurance or not enough, leaving them one accident or terminal illness away from a financial catastrophe for their loved ones.