Life Insurance Awareness September 2015 (LIAM)

By tfbuser on September 2, 2015 | Listed under Life Insurance | Leave a comment |

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM).  This is a public service and marketing campaign, by along with a large contingent of life insurance companies in the USA.

LIAM is a call to get people like you  to make sure you are protecting the future for the people you love and care about. If you were to die unexpectedly,  wouldn’t you want to try insure your responsibilities and the people you love?  Although it will not bring the person back. that is what life insurance is for.

So make sure you spend time and express your feeling to the ones you love as often as you can. Tomorrow is not promised to anyone.

I want to encourage everyone to take some time to make sure you plan for the worst and hope for the best. That means make sure if you have anyone or anything (a company or business that counts on your or someone you love to make sure the risk has protection in the form of life insurance.)

Make sure that you and anyone you love (that is of legal age) has a last will and testament. This way you can have your wishes followed after you pass away and for the most part, keep the state out of your affairs.

If you know and/or work with a life insurance professional, make some time to review what you have and/or go out and get some coverage for those you need to protect. If you do not work with life insurance person and live in Texas (especially  if you are in the greater Houston,  TX  (Sugar Land, TX) area) give us a call so we can meet to  talk about setting up the right life insurance plan for you.

LIAM – Life Insurance Awareness Month 2015 – video

Life Insurance 101 -video

Related Links

Make sure you and your loved ones have a Will (It’s also a good idea to review this, say every 5 years)

Protect your assets and loved one’s,  with insurance (life insurance).  (calculator)


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