1. Do I Need Life Insurance? If so, How Much?

    cute baby asking a questionLife insurance provides security and greater peace of mind to you and your family, helping to ensure that your family is taken care of should the unexpected happen. Before you estimate how much life insurance you may need, you need to determine why you are interested in life insurance and whether or not life insurance is the right kind of protection for you and your loved ones.

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  2. Who Buys Life Insurance in the U.S.? Why? And, When?

    young American family taking a photographMost households in the U.S. have some life insurance coverage but often do not carry as much coverage as they believe they need, according to research conducted by the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association (LIMRA). The most common reason, LIMRA cited is that the policyholder hasn’t gotten around to shopping for more coverage.

  3. Afraid to Purchase Life Insurance? Don’t Be.

    scared family watching a showCarrying a life insurance policy can be one of wisest decisions you can make for your family and loved ones. Currently, less than half of the people in the United States own individual life insurance policies. However, life insurance can be an important factor when unforeseen circumstances occur.

    Let’s look at some of the fears and then separate fact from fiction:

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  4. Gerber Feeding Their Future Sweepstakes

    Gerber Baby Foods and Gerber Life Feeding Their FutureParents of children ages 4 and under: Do you want to help save for your child’s future? Start by entering a sweepstakes to win money for his or her college education!

    The Gerber Products Company – “the baby food people” – is giving away a $50,000 Gerber Life College Plan, and other daily $1,000 cash prizes, through the Feeding Their Future sweepstakes. Parents of children ages 4 and under are eligible to enter the sweepstakes, which begins August 31 and lasts until October 19.

  5. How to Shop for Life Insurance

    Mother and daughter shopping onlineThirty percent of U.S. households have no life insurance, according to a 2013 study by the Life Insurance and Market Research Association. Yet more than half of U.S. households reported that they needed more life insurance. So why don’t more families buy insurance?

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