Help Protect Your Loved Ones and Your Legacy

Life Insurance

Help Protect Your Loved Ones and Your Legacy

An important part of creating a legacy is making sure your loved ones are financially secure even if you’re no longer around to support them. If you have people who rely on you, consider life insurance that can help:

✓ pay off your home,
✓ fund college educations, and
✓ pay for others to handle the activities you personally perform at home.

You don’t have to be wealthy to leave a legacy, but you do need to plan. Once you’re ready to consider life insurance, you may be concerned about how much coverage you need or how much it will cost. Our Life Insurance Calculator is a great first step in estimating your needs and premiums. Many people are pleasantly surprised to find that coverage is more affordable than they originally believed.

Once your family’s needs are met, you can leave a legacy to the causes you support. If you volunteer or donate to organizations you’re passionate about, life insurance can help you continue to support them even after you’re gone. Name a charitable trust as a beneficiary of your life insurance. Establish a scholarship at your alma mater. These are both powerful ways to ensure your legacy lives on.

No matter your financial situation or the expanse of the legacy you’d like to leave, life insurance can have a significant impact on not only your loved ones, but also your community.

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