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From the monthly archives:

September, 2010

How to Know When You Have Too Much (or Too Little) Life Insurance

Image source: Rob Lee One of the best things you can do for your family is to have adequate life insurance so that your loved ones are provided for if you should pass. This is especially important if you have a spouse and/or children that rely on your income. However, in spite of what many life [...]

by Miranda Marquit

How Much Are Your Body Parts Really Worth?

Image source: vikk007 When you stop to think about it, it becomes fairly obvious that your various body parts are of vital importance to your livelihood. Think about how you use your body each day as you earn an income. You might need your hands for typing, or you might use your legs as you run [...]

by Miranda Marquit

5 Life Insurance Myths That Can Cost You a Pretty Penny

Life insurance is meant to help your survivors cover their costs in the event of your death. If you have dependents, or if you're planning on starting a family, it's probably a good idea to purchase a life insurance policy so that your loved ones are taken care of financially after you pass. When you buy [...]

by Miranda Marquit

5 Common Life Insurance Scams That Can Cost You Dearly

One of the most tempting things about life insurance scams is the potentially large payout. Being the beneficiary of an insurance policy can men millions of dollars when the insured person died. Unfortunately, life insurance, which is meant to be a protection for the insured's family, can become a tool in the hands of the [...]

by Miranda Marquit

The Expert's Guide to Understanding How Your Life Insurance Premium is Calculated

Image source: lululemon athletica When it comes determining your life insurance premium, a number of factors are taken into account. Indeed, number crunchers working for the life insurance company, called actuaries, spend their time figuring out how different factors lead to possible mortality, helping to set your life insurance premium, based on information from others in [...]

by Miranda Marquit