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You might not associate love with life insurance, but making that investment is a beautiful way to show someone you will care for them no matter what.
It might surprise you to learn that insurance benefits sometimes go unclaimed. This is a pity, because these benefits can really make a difference in the lives of survivors.
When the kids are grown and living independent lives of their own, it’s a good time to re-assess your insurance needs.
As part of Navy Mutual’s sponsorship of the Military Makeover television program, members of our staff recently met with the Ewings.
Our nation honors its veterans, both in life and in death. Often, though, spouses or children of veterans are not aware of the burial benefits to which their relatives are entitled.
Navy Mutual members know the peace of mind that comes with life insurance. And you can give that same gift to your loved ones with a policy that protects a child or grandchild.
In an emergency, would your family know where to find your important documents?
Your spouse is one of the most important people in your life — someone you love, trust and rely upon every day. But when it comes to life insurance, your spouse may play an even more important role than you realize.
Everyone’s situation is unique and only you can determine the exact amount of life insurance you need and when to buy it. Throughout your lifetime, you should be aware of how life insurance can work for you.
While “term” and “whole life/permanent” insurance both provide similar benefits to your loved ones in the event of your death, they typically accomplish this differently.