|End of Life insurance is designed for seniors. It is also given is a few different, but common names. However, you should not concern yourself with the name of the product, rather the security knowing your loved ones are taken care of. End of life coverage should only be a permanent life insurance policy as it is used to pay for burial expenses among other expenses the beneficiary will incur in your absence.|
More About Final Expense Coverage
True Final Expense insurance is a based on a whole life insurance policy that covers people until their final day, their “whole life.” Sometimes these whole life policies are referred to as graded life or guaranteed issue life insurance. Make sure you understand the limitations of the policy before you buy.
As an affordable insurance choice, final expense coverage can be used for both funeral and burial costs, remaining medical bills, family legacy or anything your beneficiary needs. Most people do not want to place a financial hardship or additional burden on their grieving families. Final Expense insurance can be affordably purchased even with a tough health condition, so don’t give up if your health is not the best.
Final Expense coverage can pay for the casket, funeral service, visitation/viewing, hearse, digging and filling the grave, the actual cemetery plot, or burial vault or grave liner, minister, headstone, flowers, and other expenses related directly to named insured’s funeral.
Sometimes Final Expense policies are thought of as funeral insurance or even burial insurance. It really does not matter the name, these policies are designed to relieve the financial stress created by the loss of a loved one.
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There are many options to assuring your loved one’s are financially protected in your loss. Since these plans only become more expensive to own as you age, there is no reason to wait. We have access to all the top carriers so getting a quality product at the lowest possible rate is all a right here.
Let’s talk about what makes up a final expense insurance policy.
Under the hood it is…
Senior Life Insurance
Both Final Expense Insurance and Burial Insurance are life insurance policies designed to guarantee financial protection for people typically 55+ for funeral and other anticipated expenses after death. Both final expenses and burial insurance are the same thing. The terms are completely interchangeable but should be based on a reliable senior life insurance product.
When planning for end of life funding, you should be thinking about permanent life insurance as the source of financial protection and/or wealth transfer.
Well, term life insurance is not a good option for primary life insurance in your golden years. It is not dependable because it can expire.
None of us know when our time will come. Term life insurance is for a defined period of time and will become outrageous in cost upon expiration of the term.
Without being too dramatic here…You better be hanging onto something when the term ends.
I’m not kidding here!! They are not designed to be affordable at the end of the term.
Plenty of seniors have turned 80 and had their life insurance unexpectedly expire or were stuck with ridiculous premiums and forced to drop coverage. Age and health affect your life insurance rates at application, period.
Anybody who tells you otherwise has either a short history working with senior clients or is just a price salesman and forgetting what their job is. Be careful what you purchase for end of life planning needs.
There are really only two options we recommend to seniors.
While none of this is a hard and fast rule, you should understand the repercussions of buying the wrong life insurance as a senior. Apples are not apples and a mistake can cost you and your beneficiary a lot of financial and/or emotional stress.
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