Insurance and unexpected events
While you can't stop unexpected events from happening, insurance can help you prepare for them.
If there's one thing in life that's certain, it's that plans can and will change. Unexpected expenses and events may be inevitable, but they don't have to derail your financial goals. With a little planning, you can be better prepared for life's ups and downs.
Start by exploring the questions and guide below. Then take the recommended steps – if you haven't already.
You can't predict the future, but you can plan for it. Learn the steps you can take to prepare for the unexpected.
To help you figure out how much you should have in your emergency fund, think about your family's ongoing needs and expenses.
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Your financial strategy isn’t complete until you have a plan to protect it.
Establishing your estate is simply not something that can wait – by taking the time to prepare your estate strategy now, you can help ensure some comfort for the future.
Life insurance can offer more than just protection for the unexpected. It also can help you accomplish your legacy goals.
We can help you with the right strategy, so you can avoid dipping into your retirement savings to pay for unexpected expenses.
Before you can address these costs, it's important to understand what Medicare and other insurance may cover.
Employers usually offer coverage that is designed to accommodate all employees – and life insurance is definitely not “one size fits all.”
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