Fort Washington, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2014 -- Life insurance is an important aspect of retirement planning. As one of the leading financial planning companies in the Philadelphia area, Secure Retirement Strategies helps hundreds of clients approaching retirement make sure their families and loved ones are taken care of.
People want to know their families will not experience financial hardships when they are gone. Between funeral costs, lost wages, lingering medical bills, and estate taxes, death can be a major expense. Life insurance saves countless people every day from having to pay these costs themselves.
Many clients may not be sure which type of life insurance policy is best for them. The life insurance advisors at Secure Retirement Strategies walk their clients through each type of coverage and figure out what suits their situation best. The two main types of life insurance are Term (or temporary) coverage and Permanent, which covers the insured individual for the rest of his or her life. Within Term and Permanent life insurance options include Whole life, Universal, Indexed Universal, Survivorship Universal, and Variable Universal. Secure Retirement Strategies help clients understand each option and decide what they want the insurance to cover, the amount of coverage, and what the overall budget should be.
Secure Retirement Strategies works with every major life insurance company, including large companies such as Mass Mutual, Transamerica, Guggenheim, and MetLife. The firm’s life insurance advisors will facilitate the process of obtaining insurance whether for the care of special needs beneficiaries, enhanced estate, or charitable desire.
Call 800-594-5755 to speak directly with one of Secure Retirement Strategies’ retirement planning advisors today.
About Secure Retirement Strategies
Secure Retirement Strategies is an independent financial services firm that strives to help people achieve financial security in retirement. They provide personalized financial services to guarantee their clients don’t lose money due to market declines.
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