Death is oftentimes a very stressful event in one’s life. The ones left not only deal with emotional stress (due to a significant other’s demise) but are also left to deal with financial problems (hospitalization, other medical expenses, and even burial expenses).
Therefore, as a good and prudent family member, the most responsible action is to leave our loved ones with enough so that they don’t have to go through any financial hardships brought about by our death.
Fortunately, there is one solution that you can avail to make this preparation more convenient—Burial Insurance
Hi! My name is David Small, and I have been an insurance agent for 21 years. I started my career in this industry in 2000.
I spent my early years as an insurance agent under ALICO (American Group) and New York Life Insurance company.
Then, with decades worth of knowledge and experience on the table, I ventured into an independent life insurance agent specializing in burial insurance.
Insurance, in general, is something frowned upon. At least when compared to other investment vehicles. After all, unlike your real estate properties or your stock portfolio, its increase in value is often unnoticed, and sometimes, it’s not even felt.
Another reason is that it’s not even tangible. Unlike that single-family home you purchased a while back, you don’t see your insurance policy, nor can you touch it.
Instead, its existence is reduced to a piece of specialty paper bearing some random pledges signed by certain people you don’t know. So why do you have to get it anyway?
Yet, you’re required and even encouraged to get one. You’re told to religiously pay your policy so that “in the event” something happens, your loved ones will have peace of mind knowing they’re taken care of. And this is the beauty of insurance.
You see, you probably won’t experience the advantage of having an insurance policy until something actually happens (and God forbid, I sincerely hope nothing happens).
In my case, I focus on offering burial insurance because let’s be honest, it’s not really something we openly talk about (and sometimes, we think that preparing for our death is an ominous sign and should be better left unspoken).
However, being in the industry for two decades now, I have seen how getting even simple burial insurance can mean a family’s salvation from the jaws of financial distress.
With the average burial expenses ranging anywhere between $7,000 to $12,000, an average family might not have that amount to cough up if the death in the family came suddenly.
And that’s on top of the possible hospital expenses that you might have already incurred prior to your loved one’s death. And with your usual living expenses in tow, you can imagine how that compounds into a huge ball of financial burden.
Burial Insurance is not “another expense,” but think of it as a tool that will eventually relieve you of the possible financial burden in the event of a death in the family.
Allow it to take care of you and your loved ones at your most vulnerable time so that you can focus your energy and resources on the more important things.
With that, I invite you to send me a message if you’d like to receive a quote for the insurance packages I’m offering.
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