The Cost of Chemotherapy – Numbers You Need to Know

 

 

If you’ve watched the news or even visited a doctor’s office in the last decade, you know firsthand that the landscape of healthcare in the United States has shifted. Managing one’s health care costs used to be something we could get help from with our insurance carriers, but as prices for drugs and services continue to skyrocket, it’s unclear how much insurance will really do for us anymore. Read more

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How to Sell Your Life Insurance Policy

 

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While purchasing a large life insurance policy in your 30’s was probably a wise move (especially if you were supporting a growing family) that big policy may not be such a great deal after the kids move out. You may no longer need assurances that the death benefit bestowed upon your family by your insurance company will be large enough to securely launch your children into adulthood. Maybe your nest egg isn’t as large or secure as you’d like, and adding a sizeable lump sum would allow you to more easily afford rising health care costs and travel more frequently. Read more

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What is a Life Insurance Buyout?

 

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A life insurance buyout is another term for a life settlement, which is fancy talk for the process of selling your life insurance to a third-party investor. It’s a simple transaction that gives your an upfront cash payout in exchange for the death benefit at a future date. This could be a good option if you have a life insurance policy which you no longer want, need or can afford. This article summarizes the important things you need to know about a life insurance buyout.

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When Should Seniors Consider a Life Settlement?

 

 

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Are you a senior considering a life settlement? It could be a great financial option for you and your family depending on the scenario. 

Whether or not you should consider a life settlement depends on your personal financial situation, goals, and needs. In general, a policyholder may consider selling their policy because their current financial situation does not warrant the need for a policy any longer. Below are some of the most common reasons why policyholders may abandon their policy.

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