Is An Annuity Right For Me?

Who knew that retirement was so much work? From choosing the right Medicare plan to deciding what to do with your 401k account it can be a very confusing time. Do you feel uncertain about your retirement account and what to do with it? A fixed indexed annuity has many great features that can elevate…
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Turning 65 Medicare Checklist

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Ultimate Guide To Final Expense Life Insurance

Final expense life insurance also known as burial insurance is a type of simplified issue whole life insurance meant to help cover end of life expenses. These types of plans are normally for clients ages 50-80. There is no medical exam required for and they go up to  $35,000 in coverage. These plans are designed with…
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The Best Final Expense Carriers

We can all agree there are countless companies to choose from when looking for Final Expense or Burial Insurance. One thing that is definitely not something we want to compromise on is the quality of the carrier you partner with to protect your family. We are going to give you a list of some of…
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Globe Life Review

Let’s talk about Globe Life and you can make the decision on whether you should or should not do business with them. When I am working with a senior that is looking for final expense insurance and they have a Globe Life policy it is normally term insurance about 99% of the time. They do…
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Green Burials

Americans are increasingly choosing “green” burials, and forgoing expensive caskets and many of the other extras associated with traditional funerals. In doing so, families can often shave thousands of dollars off the end-of-life expenses for their loved one while also creating a true “ashes to ashes, dust to dust” burial. Much of the savings is…
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Cremation

Cremation is a popular way to reduce end-of-life expenses because many of the extras that drive up traditional funeral costs won’t be included – expensive caskets, embalming and other items, for example. Cremation has been an accepted form of human burial since the Stone Age, about 2,500 BC. Historians believe the Greeks introduced cremation to…
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Dementia

No one wants to think about an elderly loved one suffering from dementia, but when doubt begins to creep in, it’s best to know the warning signs. Dementia can only be diagnosed by a doctor, but there are several general signs that a doctor’s visit should be on the schedule.  They include the following; -memory…
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Preventing Falls

Elderly family and friends are far more likely to fall than younger people for a number of reasons, but those missteps don’t have to happen and can be prevented with a little information and effort on everyone’s part. The National Council on Aging (NCOA) estimates that an elderly American is seen in emergency rooms across…
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