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Sunday, 10 July 2016 19:05

Why is Life Insurance so important?

Life Insurance 101- Why is Life Insurance so important?

Life insurance is all about giving the people you care about most, financial security if you’re no longer alive to support them.

  • With life insurance, when you die, (or become terminally ill), your nominated loved one(s) can receive a lump sum payment.
  • They can use this to continue living the life you want them to. Mortgages can be paid out, children’s private education fees paid, people aren't forced to leave the home or area where they have been used to living and frail aged or special needs people in your life can be cared for.

If you’re in business, it can mean that if you unexpectedly pass away, your business debts are paid out and that the business doesn't have to be wound up or forced into a sale.

  • It can also mean that you (or your business partners) are not forced into continuing business with the remaining family of business partners. The possibilities are as individual as your needs.
Published in Essentials
Friday, 24 June 2016 02:49

George, experienced logistics manager

Meet George - logistics co-ordination ninja

He spends most of his work day chasing boxes, deadlines and freight companies running late.

His partner is the love of his life (and drives him crazy at times). George has a stepdaughter who he adores and a well-earned reputation as a bit of Weekend DIY Tragic, relentlessly renovating his townhouse.

George’s shift-work is often unpredictable, so living closer to work and cafes makes his life easier.

Lately, here's beeing thinking about the hard emotional decision, How much is enough?.

How much is Life Insurance enough?

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