Part 1 of 4 in a co-authored blog series with Northeast Financial Group
There are many answers to the question of why is life insurance important. But by and large, the most important one is ensuring your family’s financial security and peace of mind.
If anyone depends on your income, they would most likely struggle if you were to pass away. That’s why life insurance is so important to have. There are different types of life insurance policies, but essentially they all pay cash to your loved ones when you die. Money from life insurance can be used to cover daily living expenses, a mortgage or rent payments, outstanding loans, college tuition and other essential expenses. Life insurance is the best way to ensure that your loved ones would be in a good financial place if you and your income were no longer in the picture.
Life insurance is absolutely essential if there’s someone you care about who would suffer if you and your financial contributions were no longer in the picture. This could include a spouse, children, disabled family members, aging parents or anyone else who depends on your earnings to make ends meet.
There are several different types of life insurance. But what they all have in common, is that they pay cash to your loved ones in the event you pass away. This lets your nearest and dearest remain on firm financial ground even though your earnings have stopped.
From the mortgage, to child care costs, to the weekly grocery haul, you already know that life comes with many expenses. We all do so much to take care of our loved ones in the here and now, but many people don’t consider how those left behind would manage if the unthinkable were to happen.
Over the years, we’ve heard from countless people who were extremely grateful to have a financial lifeline in the form of life insurance. And we’ve sadly also heard from those who didn’t have life insurance to rely on when a breadwinner passed away.
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