How do you say “I love you” to the most important person in your life? A candlelight dinner or a romantic, getaway vacation are nice ways to show you care. But if you want to make a more meaningful and enduring statement about how much your loved one truly means to you, consider the gift of life insurance. According to a 2008 study, 93 percent of adult Americans believe that it’s important for most people to have life insurance coverage, yet nearly a third of them (68 million) have no life insurance. In these uncertain times, give your loved one the gift of long-term financial security.
Think about it. Why would you buy life insurance unless you truly loved the person you bought it for? In all likelihood you won’t be around to see or experience the death benefits of a life insurance purchase. But the proceeds of a policy could benefit your loved one for many years after you’re gone.
The gift of life insurance is certainly less traditional than other gifts. But especially during this time of economic uncertainty, it’s hard to think of anything else that could carry greater meaning.
Life insurance offers your loved one the security of knowing that even if the worst were to happen, there would not have to be a drastic change in lifestyle. Bills would get paid. Your home would stay in the family. And long-range financial plans, like education and retirement, would remain on track.
If you want to make a strong statement of your everlasting love, then take the time to review your life insurance needs. Make this the year you take an unconventional approach to a special occasion. Sit down with a qualified insurance professional and draw up a long-term plan for your family’s financial security. Then give a gift that represents one of the purest expressions of true love.
You know how much you love that special person in your life. With life insurance, you can continue to show your love, even after you are gone.
Happy Valentine's Day,
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