Life Insurance Thursday: 6 Signs You Should Invest In Life Insurance

calculator-385506_640We are here again for another edition of Life Insurance Thursday. Most people could use at least some type of life insurance, some may need it more than others. Life insurance will provide you with the peace of mind that your loved ones will be protected if something were to happen to you.

Today, we want to focus on the importance of life insurance. There are certain indicators that make life insurance a must. Below are 6 signs you should invest in life insurance.

1. You are married and have children

Marriage and children often involves a lot of expenses that are split between both spouses. If you or your spouse were to pass away, you want to make sure they will still be able to keep up with these expenses.

2. You are not married but you are caring for an aging parent

Financially, being the primary caretaker for your aging or ill parent can be quite expensive. If you were to pass away, who would take care of your parents finances.

3. If you own a house and have a mortgage

Life insurance provides a remaining spouse with the money to keep up with mortgage payments so they do not have to move. The life insurance payment may even help pay off the remaining mortgage loan—if the policy is big enough.

4. If you own a business with a partner

Business partners may want to consider having a policy on each other. This will protect the other one from losing the business if one of the partners passes away and their contribution is lost.

5. If you still want to give money to charity

Some people are well enough off that passing away will not cause any huge hardship on their loved ones. However, you may not have any leftover money to give to a charity that you would like to support. Life insurance will solve this problem, as long as you name that charity as the primary beneficiary.

6. Your parents co-signed a loan with you

If your parents co-sign on your student, car, or other type of loan—your passing away could be a financial shock to your parents. This might be another case in which you could use a life insurance policy and name your parents as the beneficiary.

If you have any questions about life insurance, you can contact any of our agents here at Community Insurance. We would be happy to assist you with any of you insurance needs.

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