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Choosing Life Insurance Beneficiaries

Posted on: April 24th, 2013 by Peter Choma

Choosing Life Insurance Beneficiaries

Nobody likes to think of dying, but as it is a fact of life it must be given consideration at some stage in your life. Typically, people will start to think about life Insurance when they start families or relationships. Other reasons are if they enter into agreements where they require security in the event of their death. Choosing life insurance beneficiaries could be difficult.

What Should I Take Into Account

Who are the beneficiaries going to be is an important one. Does any money paid out go automatically to your spouse, children or bank? If you are in a stable relationship, but not officially married, does your partner automatically receive payment?

We have all seen where people have died and their families have hit the headlines while battling among themselves.


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Life Insurance For a Charity

Posted on: April 15th, 2013 by Peter Choma

Life Insurance For a Charity

Some people have a charity that are near and dear to their heart. If you want to leave funds to a charity upon your demise you have the option of obtaining life insurance for a charity (LIFC). Throughout their lives they may give a considerable amount of their time and money to specific charities. Such individuals may also want to continue giving to these particular charities even after they pass on.

Although this may sound somewhat peculiar, there are a number of people that take this particular route. These folks want to ensure that their special charities continue to receive the monies even after a person’s demise. While you may choose to leave monies to a charity via a will,


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Ten reasons for using a Life Insurance Broker

Posted on: April 4th, 2013 by Peter Choma

Ten reasons for using a Life Insurance Broker

We have collected our Ten reasons for using a Life Insurance Broker. Finding the correct life insurance policy can be easy, difficult, impossible, or just extremely frustrating depending on how much time you have to research it and the people who you end up talking to on the phone. Each person you phone with regards to a policy is going to try and get you to sign their policy by telling you about all of the good things, while conveniently glossing over some of the not so good things. Unless you are an expert at reading contract language you may have signed for something you may not have wanted. This is where an insurance broker comes in.


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