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September is National Life Insurance Awareness Month. While many Americans recognize that it is important to protect loved ones with life insurance, far too many lack adequate coverage. National Life Insurance Awareness Month is intended to prompt Americans to assess their life insurance needs. Any thoughtful and compromise financial plan will consider protecting your family to help better assure your family goals are met in the event of a premature death.
To that end, please check out this linked article on Protecting Your Loved Ones with Life Insurance
This article discusses:
1. How much life insurance do you need?
2. What are the types of life insurance policies?
3. How do you choose and/or change your beneficiaries?
4. What type of insurance is right for you?
5. How often and how do you review your coverage?
If you haven’t reviewed your policies lately, please contact us at STA wealth so we can discuss how to best incorporate life insurance into your financial plan.
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