1. How Much Life Insurance Should You Have?

    Dad with FamilyJust as no two people are alike, life insurance has no one-size-fits-all formula for the amount of coverage one should have. The type of life insurance and amount of coverage you should choose are based on such factors as your income, number of dependents, any existing coverage that you may have, and future anticipated expenses that your family may incur, such as college tuition or home mortgage amount. It’s therefore important to carefully select a life insurance policy and coverage amount to help ensure that you have adequate coverage should something happen to you.

     

     

     

    Here are some considerations for choosing your coverage:

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  2. How You Can Accumulate Cash Value with a Gerber Life Whole Life Policy

    Elderly Couple SmilingA lifetime of protection: Certainly that’s the goal for folks deciding to buy whole life insurance. With this type of insurance, you are guaranteed coverage from the day you buy the policy until the end of your life, as long as the premiums are paid.

  3. What Are the Benefits of the Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan?

    Parent Measuring Boy's HeightThree great reasons to get whole life insurance for your child.

    Our kids grow up fast, don’t they? They morph from babies to toddlers in the blink of an eye. A few years more and they’re out the door before we can catch them!

    Protecting our little ones is an instinctive urge. Not only do we want to provide a safe and loving environment for them, we want to safeguard them financially. One great way to jump-start your child’s financial security is with a Gerber Life Insurance Grow-Up® Plan1.

  4. Life Insurance Glossary: Defining the Two Basic Kinds

    Multi-Generational FamilyAs a parent or grandparent, you know the importance of preparing for your family’s financial future. You know that it’s equally important to take steps to ensure that your family is financially protected, even if you were no longer around. You may know that you need life insurance, but with so many options to choose from, it can be challenging to decide which kind is right for you.

  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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