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Long-Term Care Costs | How Will You Pay For Long-Term Care Costs?
Long-term care is expensive and the costs continue to rise. On the blog, we discuss types of insurance that can cover long-term care, those that don’t, and compares options for you so you can plan for long-term care costs.
How Does Life Insurance Provide Estate Liquidity? | Quotacy
In many situations, a family’s assets may be tied up in its home, a retirement plan, or a business. Without another source of capital, your family could be required to liquidate assets to cover final expenses, pay off debt, or replace lost income. Life insurance provides the liquidity that family members need so they can avoid the stress and financial turmoil of selling assets. We explain on the blog.
What Are Life Insurance Risk Classifications? | Quotacy
When buying life insurance, your risk classification is what determines how much you pay for your life insurance policy. We are on the blog talking about how risk classes are assigned and how they impact the price of life insurance.
Life Insurance and High Cholesterol | Cholesterol Impacts Life Insurance
Having high cholesterol isn’t a deal-breaker when it comes to buying life insurance. However, life insurance companies do view high cholesterol as a risk, so your life insurance rates may be impacted. We dive deeper on our blog.
Life Insurance Child Rider That Requires No Medical Information | Quotacy
For children with a medical condition or special needs, a life insurance child rider that does not require medical underwriting is ideal. At Quotacy, we work with a couple of life insurance companies that do not require any medical or lifestyle information on a child for rider approval. Learn more on our blog.
Life Insurance for Baby Boomers, Gen X & Y | Quotacy
Regardless of your generation, we all have something in common: we want what’s best for our loved ones and want them to feel financially secure. When you buy life insurance, you are securing peace of mind for you and your family.