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3 Types of Living Benefits for Life Insurance

Life insurance is mainly designed to pay out death benefits to beneficiaries. But some life insurance policies also provide living benefits for policyholders. The following are three types of life insurance living benefits. Accelerated Death Benefits Most life insurance policies contain a provision known as Accelerated Death Benefit (ADB). It allows the policyholder to receive a portion of the life insurance money while he or...

Fall Safety and Security Tips to Implement in Your Business

Every season of the year poses safety and security challenges. In the fall, the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer, providing greater opportunity for thieves and vandals. Falling leaves can make walkways slippery, increasing accident risks. The following tips can help you reduce the risks for your business during the autumn months.  Install Proper Lighting We have fewer hours of daylight in the...

Starting a Family? Consider These Types of Life Insurance

When you have children, it is more important than ever to have life insurance. You want to provide for them in case something should happen to you. Death benefits from a life insurance policy could cover the mortgage payments, pay for your child’s college education, and help support your family.  What Are the Different Types of Life Insurance? The two main types of life insurance...

What Is Employment Practices Liability Insurance, and Why Does My Business Need It?

Employee lawsuits against employers are on the rise. Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) is coverage to protect your business against employee claims that their rights have been violated. Some insurers will provide this coverage as a Business Owners Policy (BOP) endorsement, while others offer it as stand-alone insurance.  What Does EPLI Cover? Employment practices liability insurance provides protection against a range of employee claims, including:...

Why You Still Need Life Insurance After Retirement

It may seem like a no-brainer to let your life insurance policy lapse or cash it in after you retire. After all, the main purpose of life insurance is to protect your family against the loss of your income should anything happen to you. Actually, life insurance is good for more than simply replacing your income in the event of your death. After a closer...