1. The Gerber Life Seasons of Life: Life Insurance for Every Stage & Age

    spring flowersAs we age, our insurance needs change. Because of this, life insurance policies exist for every stage of life, from infancy to adulthood to elderly. What stage is your family in? To help you decide, here’s a look at what Gerber Life Insurance provides:

    For children: Insurance that grows up with your child

    Whole life insurance can help your family guard against life’s worst-case scenario and protect your child as an adult, for up to a lifetime. The Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan¹ offers protection and peace of mind in a single affordable package, including child-size premium rates that never increase during the life of the policy.

  2. How the Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan Can be a Silver Lining, Rain or Shine

    sunshine graphicNo matter what the weather, the Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan¹ can be your ally. Learn how this whole life insurance policy for children works to protect you and your family, rain or shine:

  3. How the Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan Protects Families from Life’s Storms

    Mother & Daughter in StormJust as April showers bring May flowers, life is full of ups and downs. Unlike a sudden rainstorm that interrupts Little League practice, however, some of life’s storms can be guarded against well in advance, by insurance policies. The Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan¹ is the kind of insurance policy that can help you prepare for several storms all at once because of its guaranteed premium rate that never increases, guaranteed benefits, cash value that you access, and guaranteed death benefit. Here’s a look:

  4. Understanding the Fine Print: What to Keep an Eye Out for in Your Life Insurance Contract

    Life Insurance ApplicationLife insurance contracts are often long and full of fine print. This fine print is there not only to protect the life insurance company, but also the policyholder and the beneficiary. Depending on the type of life insurance policy, there may be many different clauses and pages of fine print to read. However, it’s extremely important to understand the clauses that might appear in your life insurance policy. That way, you and your beneficiaries can be prepared when the time comes to renew, or use, your life insurance policy.

    The following are the most common clauses that make up the “fine print” in a life insurance contract.

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  5. 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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