Life Insurance You Don't Have to Die to Use
- Financially supporting our adult children
- Financially supporting our aging parents
- Still making mortgage payments
- A traditional Death Benefit
- Accelerated Benefit Riders to help defray the cost of a qualifying critical illness such as a major heart attack, invasive cancer, or a stroke
- Disability income protection to help pay bills if you are unable to work due to a sickness or an accident
- Potential cash value to supplement retirement income to help you attain other financial goals
Life Stages of Retirement
61% of Americans surveyed said they were more afraid of outliving their assets than they were of dying.
(The SunAmerican Retirement Study 2Q11)
- Prepare for retirement in your 20’s or 30’s by dedicating funds towards retirement savings and not using them for unexpected expenses
- Transition into retirement by developing an income plan taking into account risk tolerance and timing
- Living in retirement means sticking to your planned income stream to make sure it lasts during your lifetime
Will you have enough money for retirement?
Just another reason to consider Life Insurance with Living Benefits. Living Benefit options can provide the ability to turn your life insurance policy into an income stream designed to handle the unexpected.