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  • Chicago, IL (1888PressRelease) April 14, 2009 - It’s more important than ever to financially invest for the future. Many Americans are financially tied up, but during these hard times, it’s important to keep your eye on the big picture. If consumers are looking for a way to keep their families financially secure even after they pass on, term life insurance may be the answer. Too few consumers think to invest in life insurance. Term life insurance is a relatively inexpensive way to buy a sizeable death benefit. When you pass on, the benefit is paid to your family (or whoever you assigned as the beneficiary in your policy).

    According to an article recently published on, consumers need to shop around for term life insurance quotes to give them a better chance of finding a good policy for an affordable price. The article recommends that consumers ask themselves several questions before seeking term life insurance quotes to find out whether term life insurance itself will ideally meet their individual needs.

    “Some people look into the wrong type of insurance, as they search for the perfect term life insurance quote,” the article says. “[T]erm life insurance will not cover the policyholder’s entire life. People should consider permanent life insurance if they want to be covered for their entire lifetime.” also recommends that consumers evaluate their own debt before investing in term life insurance.

    The average consumer’s debt is reaching outrageous figures. According to the Federal Reserve, each household holds an average debt of more than $112,000 (factoring in mortgages, student loans, car loans, credit card debt, tax debt, etc). And a large amount of debt isn’t what you want to be leaving behind for your family to struggle with. Investing in term life insurance can help pay off any debts you leave behind and possibly have left over funds to pay funeral expenses or for your family to use to make ends meet. And remember, knowing one’s own personal debt to date will help in determining what kind of term life insurance policy is appropriate for them.

    “Although life insurance can be cheap, people should evaluate the amount of debt they have, before searching for a term life insurance quote. They will find that knowing the amount of debt they owe would determine the best term life insurance quote they can afford; [and] the maximum amount of money their loved ones will receive,” according to the article.

    Staff Contribution: Meha Ahmad

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