Life Insurance – for Kids

Lindsey Manhart / November 14, 2012
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Let’s face it.  Needing to buy life insurance for your kids tops the list of Things No One Wants to Think About.  It’s difficult to look at the long-term and financial reasoning behind a topic which is full of emotion.  Parents often can’t address it and many life insurance agents don’t broach this awkward conversation.  […]

Protecting Yourself as Co-signer on Your Child’s Loan

Lindsey Manhart / March 14, 2012
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A few months ago, I wrote about the importance of having life insurance to help provide for your family upon your death. Today I write about life insurance again, but from a different perspective: what if something unexpected happens to your child? I know that no one likes to think about this scenario, but just […]

Why Life Insurance is Important

Lindsey Manhart / December 1, 2011
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Can your family survive on $250 each month? The average American has $50,000 of life insurance through work, which equals about $250 per month in income replacement.  Are you that average American?  Can your family survive on $250 each month? Many income earners think, “Life insurance doesn’t fit into my budget.  Life insurance is expensive.  […]