Issue 12 of our newsletter deals with the costs of being single, the struggles (and triumphs) of PTSD, relaxation tips bolstered by biology, and taking the stress out of a summer with the kids.
The percentage of children with obesity in the United States has more than tripled since the 1970s. Here we discuss why childhood obesity is a serious condition and offer tips for parents to promote healthy eating and being active.
While being a millionaire isn’t common, owning one million dollars’ worth of term life insurance isn’t as far-fetched. In this post we explain when a one million dollar term policy makes sense and how much it can cost (hint: it’s surprisingly not that expensive.)
Did you know many term life insurance policies have a term conversion rider automatically included? In this blog post we discuss how a term conversion rider works and the benefits they offer.
Your life insurance policy’s primary beneficiary is the person(s) who will receive the death benefit. Naming contingent beneficiaries is important too, however. In this post we explain why and the differences between primary and contingent beneficiaries.
Driving can get dangerous, and life insurance providers take notice. Here, we’ll walks you through what carriers look for when they review your driving record during an application.
Quotacy is not a lead generating website and we will never sell your information. This post explains the difference between the old way of selling life insurance and the new way – our way.
De-stressing is a crucial part of living a fulfilling life, but people don’t take the time. This edition of the Quotacy newsletter tries to help.
Accelerated death benefit riders are often automatically included on a life insurance policy. They allow policyowners to receive a portion of the death benefit early when diagnosed with a terminal illness resulting in a decreased life expectancy.
Allergies are the pits. Not just because of the sniffles, but because they can affect insurance prices too. We’ll break it down in this blog post.
In this post we review the following five areas of personal finance which could most likely use a financial spring cleaning and update: banking, budget and debt, estate planning, retirement accounts and investments, and insurance.
Getting divorced is hard enough as it is. Luckily, with the help of a good agent, managing your life insurance beneficiaries after the split can be simple.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month. In this post we discuss how alcohol abuse can negatively affect your health, and how life insurance underwriters view a history of alcohol abuse in applicants.
Our military families deserve life insurance coverage, but the risks of their profession can add some hurdles into the process. We’re here to help.