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Term Insurance – An Inexpensive Way to Add Peace of Mind

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Jon Glougie

Jon Glougie

Nobody wants to imagine dying, but one of the most important pieces to the financial plan puzzle is to try and understand how your passing may affect your loved ones. You may have enough in your savings/investments to give you the peace of mind knowing that your family can survive off of these assets. If you do, you’re welcome to stop reading.

If you don’t have enough saved/invested, if the thought of your demise and how it may negatively affect your family keeps you up at night, you should consider getting a Term Life insurance policy. Term insurance is relatively inexpensive, and it is a perfect way to ensure that you will be able to protect your income, your debt, or any other short term needs. It won’t break the bank, allowing you to use the majority of your cash flow on the less depressing aspects of your financial plan.

If you want to explore your Term Life insurance options, just let us know and we’d be happy to help.


This information has been prepared by Luft Financial. Opinions expressed in this article are those of Luft Financial only and do not necessarily reflect those of HollisWealth®. Furthermore, this does not constitute an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any of the securities mentioned. The information contained herein may not apply to all types of investors.

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