The terms “financial security” and “financial protection” can have different meanings for different people. Think about your own family’s situation. If the income of your household’s breadwinner unexpectedly were to cease, what would be the impact? Would there be enough money to cover your family’s basic expenses? What about additional expenses?
The terms “financial security” and “financial protection” can have different meanings for different people. Think about your own family’s situation. If the income of your household’s breadwinner unexpectedly were to cease, what would be the impact? Would there be enough money to cover your family’s basic expenses? What about additional expenses?Read More
Since our launch in 1967 by the Gerber Products Company, “the baby food people,” Gerber Life Insurance has stayed true to the Gerber mission – helping parents to care for their children. Throughout the years, our company and our insurance policies have met the evolving needs of families all over the country.
It all started with the Grow-Up® Plan1, an affordable whole life insurance policy designed to give kids a powerful head start in life, and has grown to include various coverage options for adults, as well as the Gerber Life College Plan2 – an endowment policy with an adult life insurance benefit that provides a safe and reliable solution for paying for college expenses.
Our insurance evolves with the generations, but one thing remains constant: We continue to honor the legacy of Dan and Dorothy Gerber through our commitment to help parents care for their children, by providing the peace of mind of knowing that their children can have greater financial security no matter what life has in store.Read More
Why? Because, should the unthinkable happen to the stay-at-home parent, the other parent – the primary or sole breadwinner of your household – would have to continue working to support the family and also pay other expenses, such as childcare, to replace your at-home contributions to the family.
The work contribution of a stay-at-home parent should never be discounted when determining life insurance coverage. It’s also not a question of “if” a stay-at-home parent should have as much, or more, or less, life insurance coverage as a working parent. Instead, determine the need for life insurance for a stay-at-home parent based on his or her contributions to your household.Read More
Here are four typical questions that expectant mothers and fathers frequently ask about life insurance while pregnant:Read More
No matter how healthy or safe you think you are, there’s no telling when an accident might occur. When accidents do happen, they often can lead to financial hardship for the people who were disabled, or for the loved ones left behind by a person who didn’t survive.
That’s why accident protection insurance can be a big help.Read More