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Life Insurance – Tips for 2017

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The Complete GuideThere are various life insurance products that are designed for many different situations to help folks take care of their beneficiaries. There are a few that are more popular than others but when purchasing a life insurance product most people have the following reasons:Final CostsPaying final costs is the most popular reason most people purchase life insurance. Benefits can be used to pay final expenses, including funeral or cremation costs, medical bills not covered by health insurance, estate administration fees or other unpaid obligations. Even expenses such as a mortgage. For example: let’s say the primary bread winner of the family passes away, the benefits of the plan can assure the home in which the surviving family resides, has the ability to pay the balance of the mortgage.Debt, TaxesPaying off debt or replacing income. Life insurance benefits can help replace your income if you pass away. Your beneficiaries can use the money to help cover essential expens…

Long-Term Insurance – Tips for 2017

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A Complete WalkthroughLong-Term care is a phrase in the insurance world that most folks are afraid to talk about. But not BGA Insurance Group, in fact we recommend that you do and we’ll even start the conversation for you.The frustrating part of our business being a broker is that most people view us as “my Medicare person” but contrary to that, we assist in complete retirement planning, and for ALL age groups.After I help a potential customer understand what Medicare is and how it works I like to ask a few fact-finding questions pertaining to post hospital care. My first question is, “do you have Long-Term or Short-Term Care insurance in place?”If yes, I ask “when is the last time your policy was reviewed?” 99% of the time it has never been reviewed. I then explain to them that is exactly what I specialize in and that will usually open a brand-new window of conversation to see if they were properly set up from the beginning.Now most times when I sit down with folks I find they do not…