How much life insurance can a 40 year old get? As a rule of thumb, you can get up to 20 times your annual income. The multiplier method is the quickest way to understand how much you can get, and based on your specific financial situation, you can move that total up or down to [...]
35 is a prime age for many to start thinking more about life insurance. We have made it easy for you learn how much you need, and included your costs with no obligation!
If you fall somewhere in the average statistics listed above, then figuring out how much life insurance can be is very simple. The chart below shows different coverage amounts you may qualify for based on the multiplier method that covers the statistics listed above so you can see exactly what to expect including coverage benefits and pricing.
Life insurance doesn't need to be intimidating. If your 30yrs old and considering life insurance, read this first!
There are 2 types of 20-year term life insurance policies: a convertible and a non-convertible 20-year term. When you buy a non-convertible 20-year plan, there are no options to renew the policy when it expires...
If you have considered or are about to begin the application process for a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan you may be required to have a life insurance policy as collateral for the loan.
This article is for those of you that DO NOT currently have life insurance outside of what you might have elected from your employer (if they even offer it). First, you need to understand what the heck the 80/53 rule is...
15-year term insurance is term life insurance that provides coverage for 15 years and it's the least expensive type of life insurance because it only covers 15 years instead of your whole lifetime.
Anyone can spend their whole life building the large or small business of their dreams and It’s a rewarding experience like few others, but it’s also one that can be irreparably damaged with one bad stroke of luck, one serious incident, or the loss of one key employee.
Life insurance can seem intimidating and too “adult” to many young professionals, business owners, new families - and even busy moms or busy executives! But life insurance is so much more than that.