Which Life Insurance Companies Are Best for People With Heart Disease?

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Over the last few decades, heart disease has become the leading cause of death in the U.S., and more than 610,000 people die from heart disease in the United States every year. For people with heart disease or heart conditions, affordable life insurance may seem out of reach. But, the good news is that some […] Read more

Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance (With No Health Questions!)

Are you shopping for an affordable permanent life insurance policy with no health questions asked? If you are between the ages of 45 and 85, a guaranteed acceptance whole life insurance policy may be your best option. Our agency represents more than 50 life insurance providers and we believe that Mutual of Omaha offers the […] Read more

Buy the RIGHT STUFF – An Insider’s Guide to Comparing Burial Insurance vs. Life Insurance

You know you need life insurance for yourself or a family member. The choices are overwhelming – and like most of us, you’re wondering how to make the RIGHT choice. You’re not alone…we talk to people with the same concerns every day. Let’s discuss the most popular options, and how to make the correct choice when […] Read more

Best Life Insurance Providers for Seniors (55+)

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Many people mistakenly believe that it’s impossible to find affordable life insurance for seniors. Thankfully, this is not the case if you know where to look. In this guide, we explore the 10 Best Life Insurance Companies for Seniors in 2019, including: Financial Ratings Customer Ratings Company Reviews What Makes Them the Best Rates Policies […] Read more

Pros and Cons of Life Insurance with a Long Term Care Rider

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Should you consider buying life insurance with a long term care rider? A recent survey shows that as many as 70% of Americans will require long term care at some point in their lives. Current costs for long term care facilities can run anywhere between $80,000 – $150,000 annually in a semi-private or private nursing home. If […] Read more