While scrolling around on social media, (depending on your audience) you may have come across the phrase “Insure Your Love” or hashtag, #insureyourlove and wondered what that was all about.
I know I did!
As we move into a brand new year, many people take this time to reevaluate their lives and set goals for the upcoming twelve months. When compiling information and creating your lists of things to do, check, and repair or replace, add Review Insurance to your list.
Here are some things to consider when you schedule an appointment with your insurance agent and/or financial advisor.....
In our post, Understanding Life Insurance, we mentioned Whole Life, Term Life, Universal Life and Annuities and we discussed the differences in Whole and Term policies. Today we’ll talk about the differences in Whole and Universal Life insurance products.
Earlier this year we did a post on Three Things young people should take care of to help life in the ‘real’ world be less stressful. Today we’re discussing why it is important to list your teenage driver on your auto policy as soon as they get a permit.
We here at Curtis Insurance would like to take a moment to say how much we appreciate each and every one of you.
As we kick off the holiday season, here are a few safety tips for you, your family and your home….
Whole life, Term insurance, Credit Life & Disability, Burial Insurance, Graded Death or Limited Benefit…..What’s the difference?
Last week we gave some basic information to help you understand auto insurance, today we’ll cover Life Insurance basics.
Over the last few weeks we discussed Hurricane Preparedness and Vacation Preparedness. This week, let’s talk about funeral preparation.
The Bible exhorts us to make sure our household is in order. One of the ways to do this is to plan your funeral, or at least think things through and have your final wishes written down and filed with other important papers (DNR; Living Will, Last Will and Testament).
In April 2005, Redbook did an article on 5 Things Every New Parent Should Do, one of which was “Buy Life Insurance,” citing that parents should consider his or her surviving spouse’s increased needs should he or she die now that a child or children are added to the family.
What the article failed to mention is that every new parent/grandparent should also purchase life insurance on their child/children/grandchildren.
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