Funeral Planning and Life Insurance Tips

How Can I Get a Life Insurance Quote?

When shopping for life insurance, you’ll find that some insurance providers ask you to take an extensive medical exam – while others simply ask a few health questions. Regardless of the approach they take, insurance providers are simply trying to determine how much risk you’d present if you took out a policy with them. As…
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How to Select a Life Insurance Agent

Selecting the right life insurance agent is an important first step in ensuring you have someone on your side as you go through the world of insurance. Treat the search for an insurance agent as you would treat a search for a doctor or lawyer: seek multiple opinions and don’t settle for someone you’re not…
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Can I Buy Life Insurance for My Parents?

When buying life insurance, we often only think about whether we need to purchase a policy for ourselves. The reason we purchase life insurance is to protect our loved ones from experiencing a financial burden when we pass. Part of protecting them is protecting yourself, especially from unforeseen bills that could impact you financially. For…
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How Pre-Planning a Funeral Can Save You Money

Have you ever stopped and wondered what happens when you die? I’m not asking if you’ve wondered about an afterlife. I’m asking if you’ve ever thought about what happens down here – to your family – after you pass away. When I think about my own life, I can imagine the following scenario: My friends…
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Funeral Planning Checklist from Funeral Advantage™

Planning a funeral can seem complicated and feel overwhelming, and it usually happens during a very emotional time. A good checklist can help get you over the rough spots and make the process a little easier.   Make an itemized list of tasks that need to be completed Mark the tasks that someone else –…
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10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Funeral Home

Finding a funeral home is difficult, regardless of whether you’ve just lost a loved one or are working on pre-planning. The details surrounding death can make us uneasy, and we often avoid thinking about the topic until absolutely necessary. But part of the reason it’s difficult is this: Most of us just don’t know that…
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