What Financial Legacy Will You Leave?
What Is a Certificate of Deposit (CD)
Pay Now or Risk Paying More Later
“But insurance costs money”, you might say. Yes, but not as much as if a “what-if” scenario occurs without insurance coverage. And you might worry about that “what-if” scenario for many years, fearing knowing you’re not financially prepared for it.
- You might have thought your insurance needs ended when you paid off your mortgage and your children were financially independent but as long as you have risks, you have a possible way to manage those risks with insurance after retirement.
- There are many ways insurance products can be designed to provide asset growth, asset preservation, and to manage “what-if” scenarios. Ask your financial professional to explain how to apply these options based on your needs, if necessary.
- Avoiding financially catastrophic “what-if” scenarios that may deplete your assets smooths your retirement experience and helps to ensure you’ll have assets to bequeath to your beneficiaries (family, favorite charities).