Loans, credit card debt, estate costs, the funeral... most people leave behind unpaid expenses when they die, expenses that, if left unattended, burden their families tremendously. Final expense coverage is life insurance that pays off these debts, ensuring that everything will be taken care of if you pass.
Final expense needs are usually covered with a whole life insurance policy. The benefits of whole life insurance include a guaranteed level premium that can never be increased, guaranteed cash value and a guaranteed death benefit that can never be decreased. The cost of final expense coverage is very affordable, even if you have some health problems. The application process is quick and easy. You can apply for final expense insurance coverage without having to undergo any medical examination - you simply answer the questions on the application.
The average funeral costs between $10,000 and $30,000. That, in addition to existing personal debts, legal and medical bills, can quickly break the bank. Ask yourself, "If I died tomorrow, could my family afford my expenses?"
If the answer is no, then final expense insurance is essential. With a final expense policy in place, you can rest assured, knowing that your debts will never add to your family's grief. Everything, from the cost of burial to hospital bills and probate attorney fees, will be paid for. It's not just the responsible thing to do, but it's a final gift to your loved ones in their time of need.
You can obtain a free final expense insurance quote by clicking on the free consultation button below and filling out the form. Our team of highly skilled insurance specialists will work with you to develop a plan that fits your budget and income needs.
Term insurance is the most affordable type of insurance when initially purchased, is designed to meet temporary needs. It provides protection for a specific period of time (the "term") and generally pays a benefit only if you die during the term. This type of insurance often makes sense when you have a need for coverage that will disappear at a specific point in time. For instance, you may decide that you only need coverage until your children graduate from college or a particular debt is paid off, such as your mortgage.