American diets have changed over the years, and not for the better. This post explains why your diet is so important and how it greatly affects your health.
If you have poor health, traditional life insurance may not work for you. In this post we talk about how guaranteed issue life insurance works and how it may help.
Are you using cessation products to quit smoking? There are ways for you to get great non-smoker prices on life insurance.
Issue 17 of the Quotacy Newsletter helps you find the right toys for young kids, clean your digital work space, and take out money stress.
Diabetes is a serious medical condition and can impact purchasing life insurance. It doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t get coverage. Here’s what you need to know.
While life insurance is typically safe from taxes, there are situations when the payout of a policy will be subject to income or estate tax – we’ll walk you through the nitty gritty details.
While pregnancy is not a barrier to purchasing life insurance, it can still limit your options. This article will help clarify how pregnancy can affect buying life insurance.
If you smoke cigarettes and apply for life insurance, you’ll be given a Tobacco risk class. In this post, we explain what that means and how it can affect your policy premiums.
Parents, ask yourselves “If I die and don’t have life insurance, what happens to my kids?” This post explains why life insurance is essential for those with children.
When shopping for life insurance, it’s good to know and understand some of the key terms.
Not only is life insurance income replacement, but there are three other financial risks it helps mitigate. In this post we discuss these three financial risks and how life insurance can help.
Life insurance underwriters calculate life insurance costs based off many factors. Age, gender & health are the main variables, but your family’s history also matters.
A common question is asked when purchasing term life insurance: What happens to that money I paid in premiums if I live?
Much time and effort goes into caring for a loved one with special needs. This post explains how a special needs trust can protect your loved one’s future.