Protecting those you love is a lifetime commitment. Making sure your family feels secure even when you are no longer around is a selfless act of someone who sincerely cares about their loved one. The discussion of life insurance can be a deeply personal topic many families tend to ignore. However, being in the position of receiving (or not) the pay-out from a policy can be extremely emotional.
In an interview with various families impacted by the loss of a loved one and having (and not having) life insurance the experiences varied greatly.
From stories “It could have helped tremendously if my mother would have had life insurance when she passed away at age 47…
“You don’t need life insurance, you can get a job or remarry if you lose your spouse, to…
I’ve had many family members die prematurely and was extremely grateful to receive the money from each policy.”
Whether you are a stay-at-home parent, college student, homemaker, primary/secondary breadwinner in your home, you need Life insurance! You need at LEAST enough to replace your (priceless) contribution to the family.
Why ask for a Go fund me when your loved one has passed away when you can plan ahead and avoid having to depend on others. Do not go with the trend, plan till the end! Take a moment out of your busy schedule to write the best love letter to the one(s) you love by making sure your family member(s) doesn’t suffer an additional loss- financially.
Plan ahead, protect your family! Surviving spouses/children have to deal with loss, anger, loneliness, grief, and uncertainty with heightened emotions when death is a complete surprise. Many surviving spouses and grandparents are left to raise the kids on their own-which alone is challenging.
Receiving life insurance proceeds is vital to the ongoing financial success of the family you’ll leave behind should you die prematurely. The best love letter you can ever leave behind for those you love is the gift of Life… LIFE INSURANCE.
A few dollars a day keeps this heartache away.
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