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.)
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.
Here at Quotacy we review your application before sending it off to the insurance carrier. If we see something in your application that may cause your premiums to be higher than quoted, we’ll let you know and offer you some options.
Are you in the beginning stages of shopping for life insurance? In this post we discuss the life insurance basics.
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.
It is nearly impossible to buy life insurance on someone without their consent. Here we explain why. We also share the steps you can take to find out if there is a policy in your name.