Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Life is too short! We don’t stop to realize the things that are important and the things that are just everyday things. Until something happens to hit us over the head! For instance, your husband calls from the hospital saying that they just admitted him because he had a heart attack 3 days ago and didn’t even know it…. Big eye opener……things could have went a whole different direction. I could have been calling loved ones to tell them he had a heart attack and didn’t make it! Take the time to talk about the things that do make a difference not just How was your day?, What's for dinner?, and What came in the mail? Talk about what you would do regarding a burial and how your family would take care of its financial needs if something were to happen. Take the time to discuss and plan these things. It will be a lot easier than trying to guess at them on a day when you just want to be left alone. Life insurance can make this process a little less painful.
Life insurance is not a way to leave a life of luxury for your loved ones. That would be a whole different topic! It will certainly help with some of the hardships of losing a loved one. Life insurance protects those that depend on us.
Questions we must ask ourselves: Would our loved ones be protected? Would our funeral expenses be taken care of? Would our loved ones be able to live without hardship? If you answer no to any of these questions, Life insurance would be a good thing to invest some time in.
We get into our everyday lives and very rarely stop to think about how our loved ones would go on if anything happened to us. Life happens!
With a little planning, you can establish a Life insurance policy that will accommodate you and your family. Mark Twain once said “The man who dies without life insurance should come back and fix all the problems he created!”
There are several options when it comes to life insurance. We, at Eaton Insurance, can explain and help you choose the option that is best for you.
Let's not leave those we love with more sorrow and hardship than what they will have to feel with your loss.