It’s a simple proposition: What role can life insurance play within the overall objective of building long-term wealth and reducing overall risk? While many fail to even ask the question, we’re here to provide the answers.
During your accumulation phase of life, insurance needs to be viewed in part by how much of your income you would want to continue coming to your family, if you were to die prematurely. When you move from the accumulation phase during your working years to the distribution phase during retirement, how will your insurance needs change?
Properly designed and engineered, life insurance death benefits provide the opportunity for you to enjoy an increased amount of retirement cash flow, while allowing you to accommodate for the unknowns built into today, tomorrow and every step of the way to retirement.
What makes life insurance so crucial to overall financial planning is that it is a strategy that plans for tomorrow, while preparing for today.