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Is Having A Lower Health Insurance Deductible Worth It?

When you are shopping for health insurance, one important question to consider is whether to go with a high-deductible or low-deductible plan. Unfortunately, there is no blanket answer to that question. The best type of health insurance plan for you will depend on your individual needs. Why The Deductible Is An Important Factor In Choosing Health Insurance Most people shopping for health insurance look first...

How Do I Change My Life Insurance Beneficiary?

It is crucial to name a beneficiary on your life insurance policy. Otherwise, when you die, the policy becomes part of your estate and subject to probate. However, you may change your mind about who you want your beneficiary to be, in which case you have the right to change it. What Is The Process For Changing Beneficiaries On A Life Insurance Policy? In most...

Do I Need Vision Insurance In Addition To Health Insurance?

It is common knowledge that no one should live without health insurance, given the cost of healthcare today. But what about vision insurance? Good vision plays a vital role in a person’s quality of life. While some health plans provide vision coverage, others do not. Our experienced agent can help ensure that you have the vision insurance you need to protect and improve your sight....

Understanding Waivers Of Premium

If you are purchasing a life insurance policy, one of the decisions you will need to make is whether to add a waiver of premium rider. A waiver of premium may be a valuable addition to your policy, depending on your needs. Our experienced agent will be happy to advise you on the various optional riders available, including waivers of premium. What Is A Waiver...

Do I Really Need A Flu Shot?

If you have ever had the flu, you know it is a very unpleasant experience. As though the fever, chills, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, and runny nose were not enough, many people develop complications. Flu complications may include sinus or ear infections, pneumonia, or sepsis when infection of the respiratory tract triggers an extreme inflammatory response. Thankfully, flu vaccination can help you protect yourself...