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Term Life Insurance 101: Take Control of Your Family’s Financial Health

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When we think of our financial health, we usually think in terms of “How much money will I have saved when I retire?” When we have a family, thinking about our financial health means thinking about our family’s financial health, too  which means asking ourselves, “What happens if something happens to me and I’m no longer here to support my family?”

Fortunately for you, our Gerber Life Term Life insurance makes this one of the easiest parts of a financial health plan to put into action.

Step 1: Get a free quote (in 60 seconds)

In the time it takes you to put on your shoes, you can have a price quote for our very affordable term life insurance. So what are you waiting for?

Click here for your free, no-obligation, “Wow, could this be any easier?!” quote.

Step 2: Apply for coverage (in just a few minutes)

Got your free quote? We told you it would be easy.

Now it’s time to apply for your insurance policy. That’s easy, too. All you have to do is answer a few simple health questions. With a Gerber Life Term Life Policy, there’s no medical exam if you’re age 50 or under.

Step 3: Make your first premium payment (in about 2 minutes or less)

If you’re approved for term life coverage, make your first premium payment and your coverage will start as soon as we receive it. You then can rest easy, knowing that if something happens to you, your family has financial protection.

If you have questions about our Gerber Life Term Life Policy, call us at 1‑800‑704‑2180. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and help you find the right term life coverage to fit your needs.

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