Quick Life Insurance Review
How Examining Your Current Insurance Policy Can Save You Money
The costs of things usually increase with inflation, but the rates of life insurance has experienced the opposite effect. Lately, some rates have actually decreased. If you haven’t shopped for life insurance within the past decade, it may be time to see if you can save some money. This is especially true is your health hasn’t changed since you got your old policy. Be sure to check with us as we may be able to find a comparable policy for a much better price.
The first step is to look over your existing policy. You may find that you initially didn’t get as much coverage as you needed. This could be true if you couldn’t afford to buy the insurance you needed. Of course, the opposite could be true as well. You may have originally secured a large insurance policy because your kids still lived at home. If the kids have now moved out and are independent, you may want to decrease the amount of your new policy.
Next, you want to see what options are available to you. There are many different types of life insurance such as term life, and whole life. Term insurance tends to be more affordable than the others. It allows you select a plan for a set number of years. The downside of term insurance is you may outlive your policy. If you are unsure which option is best, you want to spend some time going over the different options with your insurance professional.
Making a change to your life insurance policy may seem like a big deal. But we can help you through the process of getting the best deal based on your current circumstances. Of course there are many potential ramifications for making changes to your life insurance policy including potential tax issues. That’s why it is so important that you talk with your agent to get the best advice possible. And one last point… if you do make a change to your life insurance, be sure that you don’t cancel you old policy until your new one has gone into effect. You don’t want something happening in the gap between the two policies.