1. What is the Difference between an Endowment, Whole Life and Term Life Insurance?

    family around tableProviding for your future and assuring your family’s financial protection are very important responsibilities in your role as parent, including making sure that you’re covered by life insurance and choosing the right insurance option for your family’s needs.

    That’s why it’s important to do your research and to understand the benefits that different kinds of life insurance policies can provide.

    This blog focuses on endowment, whole life and term life insurance policies, different types of life insurance policies that provide different benefits.

  2. How to Start a Gerber Life College Plan in Three Easy Steps

    chalkboard with steps of starting a Gerber Life College Plan The Gerber Life College Plan1 is an endowment life insurance policy that provides a guaranteed payout* at maturity that can be used for college expenses or for anything else, without penalty. You choose the time frame and the payment amount, so you’ll know exactly how much money will be available upon maturity.

  3. Developing a Save-for-College Plan With Your Children

    Teenage Girl in ClassroomThe role your kids can play and what they need to know.

    Parents of a child entering kindergarten in the fall of 2013 (the Class of 2026) can expect to pay an average of $44,161 a year for college, or a total of $176,646, for four years at an in-state public institution.

    Developing a plan for saving for college is essential. The first step to helping your child get through college with minimal debt is to start early and make saving a priority. CNNMoney states, “Investing just $100 a month for 18 years will yield $48,000, assuming an 8 percent average annual return.”

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  4. Enter Our “Inspired Reading Giveaway” for a Chance to Win a Gerber Life College Plan!

    Gerber Life Inspired Reading GiveawayEveryone has a favorite childhood book – the one you read time and again as a child, which inspired your imagination or piqued your curiosity. In the U.S. today, more than 16 million children living in poverty don’t have ready access to books. In an effort to help change this, Gerber Life is partnering with Reading is Fundamental (RIF), a non-profit organization that promotes reading for children, to encourage people to “unite” in support of childhood literacy.

  5. Benefits of the Gerber Life College Plan

    Young Woman Starting CollegeFamily budgets often can be stretched to the limit, so when planning for a child’s college education, parents may feel overwhelmed by the challenge.

    Just because a college degree is expensive it doesn’t mean you can’t make college dreams a reality. The Gerber Life College Plan1 is a safe way to start your child on the path to that prized diploma – or diplomas, if you’re raising more than one child.