A colleague once said, “if you love someone, or owe anyone, you should have life insurance.” Not only life insurance, but the ability to use it for long term care is important.
Let’s face it, no one likes to think about death. It’s an uncomfortable thought. We sure as heck don’t want to imagine the unexpected loss.
Sadly, I have heard many stories of families who don’t know what to do with the cost of burying a loved one, not to mention the time you’ll need to grieve (take time off work).
Just for consideration, the average cost of burial is between $7,000-$10,000.
What’s Changing for Part D Medicare open enrollment is October 15 – December 7 every year (with new plans starting January 1). It’s the time of year to take into consideration if anything has changed with your health and prescriptions. Your current insurance carrier will be mailing the Annual Notice…
Spring brings new beginnings, and I’m so pleased to be re-launching the website for Benefits of Nevada, with a fresh new look, great resources of information, and new services through qualified independent partners and advisors. If you’re looking for trusted information on any of the options here, we have the…