DON'T LET A TRAGEDY RUIN YOUR FAMILY'S HAPPINESS.
A life insurance policy would offer peace of mind for your loved ones.
Life insurance is a contract between an insurer and a policyholder in which the insurer guarantees payment of a death benefit to named beneficiaries upon the death of the insured. The insurance company promises a death benefit in consideration of the payment of premium by the insured.
Medicare Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI) describes a range of health insurance sold by private insurance companies to complement Medicare policies. Also known as Medigap, this type of insurance covers the cost of health care services that lie outside the scope of Medicare Part A and Part B insurance plans.
Catastrophic illness insurance is a type of coverage which protects the insured for a specific and severe health problem over the defined period. It differs from other forms of health insurance in that there is limited coverage to the specifically named risk. An individual can buy the coverage as a stand-alone policy or as a rider to life insurance.
A cleanup fund is an insurance term referring to the final expenses associated with an individual after his/her death. The cleanup fund, or funds for final expenses, is a type of life insurance policy intended to cover the deceased's final expenses. Costs associated with funeral expenses, cemetery or mausoleum fees, and the costs of settling financial and property issues may be covered.
Final Expense or Clean up Fund
An annuity is a financial product that pays out a fixed stream of payments to an individual, primarily used as an income stream for retirees. Annuities are created and sold by financial institutions, which accept and invest funds from individuals and then, upon annuitization, issue a stream of payments at a later point in time. The period of time when an annuity is being funded and before payouts begin is referred to as the accumulation phase. Once payments commence, the contract is in the annuitization phase.