Financial Security for Life
Here are 5 important steps to take to give your family financial security for life:
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Financial security through insurance planning is an important part of any financial plan. However, it can be a challenge to find a financial advisor who is knowledgeable about insurance products that guarantee income and isn’t captive to a limited number of insurance companies. This can leave people working with someone who only has limited knowledge or limited options to offer when it comes to insurance products. At CEG Life Insurance Services, we have committed to a fiduciary duty to provide the best expertise and largest selection of companies and products related to insurance planning. We also work with other insurance and financial professionals to help individuals and families become financially secure for life by preparing for income needs at death, disability, college, and retirement.
Life insurance is at the core of our business. We believe that life insurance is a foundational part of a comprehensive financial plan and our aim is to help you understand the policies available to you, the companies that provide those policies, and the process and cost of obtaining a life insurance policy. We then help you obtain the best policy for your needs, from the company of your choice, at the best available price, as well as provide you ongoing service for your life insurance policy after your purchase.
What is your most valuable asset? Many would mention a business while others a home. Some might present an investment portfolio. However, the majority of individuals fail to remember the single most valuable asset that makes all others possible: the ability to earn an income. But what happens when you can’t work due to a disabling illness or injury? Disability insurance guarantees a set monthly benefit for a set amount of time, so that you can continue to provide for yourself, your family, or your employees while you are disabled.
College Savings Plan
You have the highest hopes for your children and all that they can accomplish in their lives. As such, you want to give them every opportunity to excel that you can, including access to the best education opportunities possible. However, when the time comes for them to pursue post-high school education, will they be able to afford to pay for that experience? With a college savings plan, your child can be protected from education debt and allowed to focus on what their education will give them instead of what it will cost them.
While obtaining life insurance and disability insurance are important in terms of planning for events that you don’t look forward to but could happen, your retirement is something you plan for that you do look forward to happening. In planning for your retirement income you should focus on three things: your monthly retirement income is enough, your retirement income will last as long as you live, and that you have as much tax-free income as possible to protect against future tax increases. Ideal retirement planning typically involves multiple products and accounts, including IRAs, annuities, and life insurance.
Long-Term Care Insurance
You will spend years working, saving, and investing in preparation for retirement. When that day finally arrives where you can finally look forward to years of travel, activities, and everything else that you have been planning for, you do not want to lose all that money to pay for assisted living, nursing home, or home health care. However, an illness or injury in your later years can require this type of care, and the cost of these services can have a dramatic impact on your retirement savings. With long-term care insurance, though, you can make sure that you can enjoy and afford your retirement years as well as leave a financial legacy behind.
Insurance Planning Articles
Additional expert advice to help you with your insurance planning
Is This the Worst Financial Advice Ever? – Entrepreneur
Why following the common advice to buy term life insurance instead of cash value permanent life insurance may ultimately be a bad long-term financial decision.Read More
6 Uses of Life Insurance in Financial Planning – Forbes
Life insurance plays an important role in a diversified and comprehensive financial plan. It’s important to understand ways life insurance can help you work toward your financial goals.Read More
How to Find a Qualified Life Insurance Advisor – Forbes
All life insurance agents are not the same. Life insurance policies can be complex, so depending on your needs, you need an insurance agent who is qualified to help you find the right policy.Read More
8 Ways to Save for Your Child’s College Education – US News
When it comes to saving for your children's college education, there are several options to consider. Whatever option you choose, you should create a college savings plan as soon as possible.Read More
Will the “Long-Term Care” Tax Be Coming to Your State Soon – Nasdaq
Many states have started to research and work towards implementing what's been termed a Long-Term Care Tax (LTC Tax). Learn more about this tax, how it could affect you, and how you may be able to opt-out of it.Read More
20 Largest Life Insurance Companies 2022 – NerdWallet
Here are the 20 largest life insurance companies in the United States based on market share for individual policies in 2021, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence.Read More
Average American’s Savings Account Balance is $4,500 – The Ascent
Every adult should have enough money to cover at least three months of living expenses but 36% of Americans don't have enough money to cover a $400 emergency.Read More
More Financial Advisors are Turning to Insurance Products – CNBC
Economic and demographic shifts are making life insurance and annuities more attractive options for fixed income, financial advisors say.Read More
Understanding Life Insurance
Life insurance is a financial protection policy for your family that gives them a tax-free cash payment should you die while the policy is in effect. It is a foundational part of any financial plan and could end up being the most important financial decision you ever make.
Term Life Insurance: This type of policy provides coverage for a specific length of time (a term). Term insurance is popular for providing the largest immediate death benefit for the lowest amount of premium.
Whole Life Insurance: This type of policy offers coverage for your whole life while it also accumulates cash value. The highest-rated companies offering whole life policies are mutual companies, owned by the policyholders, and pay dividends.
Universal Life Insurance: This type of policy offers flexibility in premium payments allowing you to pay more or less at different periods of time. It can also be used to accumulate cash value with or without involvement in the stock market or set-up as a non-cash accumulating policy to pay out no matter how long you live.Learn More
What Is an Annuity?
An annuity is a type of life insurance policy that can be used to accumulate and distribute a lump sum of money as regular guaranteed income payments for a specific amount of time up to as long as you live.Learn More
Understanding Disability Insurance
Disability Insurance will pay you a tax-free monthly benefit to provide for yourself and your family if you become disabled during your working years and are unable to continue in your employment. We offer numerous plans that can provide financial protection for you and your family should you suffer a disability before or after retirement.
Short-Term Disability Insurance: This type of disability policy has a waiting period of 0 to 14 days and a benefit period of 13 weeks to 2 years. While often offered as group coverage through an employer, individual policies are also available.
Long-Term Disability Insurance: This type of disability policy has a waiting period from several weeks to a year or longer. The benefit period can ranges from 6 months up to age 70. Long-term disability insurance is offered by several companies.Learn More
What Is Long-Term Care Insurance?
Long-term care insurance pays a tax-free benefit to pay for nursing home, assisted living, or home health care should you become unable to perform two out of six activities of daily living without assistance. These activities include bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, transferring, and continence. Most long-term care services are generally not paid for by health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid, so this benefit can protect you from having to use your retirement savings to pay for this kind of care, which can be extremely expensive.Learn More