For children with a medical condition or special needs, a life insurance child rider that does not require medical underwriting is ideal.
When applying for life insurance, you may come across the acronym MIB. This is the Medical Information Bureau. Here we describe what it is and how it affects you.
There are many kinds of life insurance policy rider options. One we find particularly important is a Child Rider. Here we explain what a child rider is, how much it costs, and how it works.
Even if you’ve got a nasty cold, you can still apply for life insurance! Quotacy walks you through a few tips to help you get coverage, even if you’re fighting the flu.
Ever wondered how the financial side of life insurance works? How do carriers stay afloat after paying for policies? We’ll walk you through exactly where your premium payments go.
Are you “Saving Age” on your policy, but don’t know what that means? This blog will walk you through the basics.