Most life insurance applications require a blood and urine test as a part of the application, but there are some exceptions to the rule, including SBLI’s Accelerated Underwriting program.
Our “Ask an Underwriter” posts discuss specific conditions you may want details on before you apply for life insurance. This post focuses on coronary artery disease.
It turns out that keeping your teeth clean can have several health benefits throughout your body. In this blog, we walk through the lesser-known perks of keeping your pearly whites perfect.
This issue of the Quotacy newsletter deals with finding healthy flavors at taco bell, travel tips to save you money, and new ways to fight off illness.
February 14th is National Donor Day, so we wanted to go over the donation process, as well as the immense benefits that a donated organ can have on a recipient’s life.
Do you want to be a crime-fighting super hero? Well, get life insurance first. It would be hard to qualify for life insurance while partaking in risky hobbies like Batman.
February is known as the “Insure Your Love” month. Life insurance isn’t just another financial product – it’s love insurance.
Many life insurance applications require a physical exam, which entails a blood and urine test. Quotacy explains what these tests look for, and offers tips to make your exam a success.
Have you heard of the Super Bowl Baby phenomenon? Here we explain why applying for life insurance before you get pregnant is a good idea.
Are you in the beginning stages of shopping for life insurance? In this post we discuss the life insurance basics.
No matter your income, estate planning is important. Here we review its benefits and why life insurance is an essential piece of the puzzle.
Issue #6 of the Quotacy Newsletter discusses the health benefits of spa treatment, getting kids to eat veggies, and tips for finding your perfect workout.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. In this post we discuss how to prevent cervical cancer, how its treated, and how a history of cervical cancer can affect buying life insurance.
Life insurance policies replace income in the event that a family loses a breadwinner. But how much coverage can one person have? We Walk you through the Insurability Limit and more.