What Are The Advantages Of Having Life Insurance?

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Stefan Mueller answered
There are many advantages of having a life insurance. It is a insurance for your childrens and family. It is a income for the time after work.
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sudhir25 answered
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Life insurance policy is necessary for every individual who has a family or dependents in order to assure financial security to them during critical times. Life is extremely unpredictable and unfortunate incidents can strike anyone, anytime. Thus with a life insurance policy one can be rest assured of his/her family’s financial independence.

It is important to financially secure the grand dream of your family and be prepared to meet these uncertainties. Thus with a life insurance policy your family’s financial security is assured under all circumstances.
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Buying life insurance can have several advantages, and involves paying into a policy that will eventually be paid out with interest after death. There are three parties ~ the insurer, the insured and the policy owner, as well as a beneficiary. Essentially, if a person dies with a life insurance policy, the named beneficiary will stand to be granted a compensatory sum by the insurers. As risk insurance, it will enable you to pay less to eventually earn more, with assurance policies guaranteeing a payment on death. There are different types of life insurance available, including term, which sets a specific number of years based on a premium, which can then be renewed and is more flexible. Permanent life insurance remains fixed until death and builds with every year, reducing risk over time, and is perhaps the most cost effective method. With whole life insurance, extra benefit can be attained through paying additional premiums, while universal life insurance includes a cash account and more flexible interest rates. Major companies offering life insurance include Norwich Union Sainsbury's and Barclays. With Norwich Union life insurance can cost as little as 5 a month.

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