Mistakes Made When Choosing Senior Citizens' Life Insurance

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Many senior citizens are finally coming to terms with the importance of purchasing an affordable life insurance policy. They fully understand the benefits derived from a policy can be used to cater for burial expenses, living expenses, college education, mortgages among other uses. However, to get competitive rates, seniors are advised to shop around just like they would not consider buying a car or house without undertaking some comparison shopping. The number of products that are available in the market can be confusing, often causing most of the people to make mistakes. Some of the mistakes made when choosing senior citizens' life insurance include:

  • Looking only at prices

Whether you are purchasing the term or whole life policy, it is important to consider the financial strength of the company and the guaranteed features of the policy. If you are purchasing the term policy, compare the companies rating to competitors, cost of the insurance policy and death benefits. Such a comparison will help you purchase the right coverage, longest term and the best rates from a strong carrier. If you want the whole life policy in addition or instead of the term, compare the interest rates offered by each policy. Determine the variables that are most important to make an informed decision. Experienced independent and objective advisors can help you out.

  • Purchasing the term life only

Today, people are living longer. Furthermore, the 30-year term policy is now cheaper and cost effective than ever. Therefore, it serves its purpose particularly if you do not need a lifelong coverage. However, many of the people have several needs for insurance. For example, some people need the right policy to make sure their surviving spouse will not lose the house while protecting the kids from estate taxes. Therefore, insurance shoppers can benefit a great deal from the whole life policy. They can also consider purchasing 2 policies- the permanent and term.

  • Failing to buy enough coverage

Most of the insurance shoppers underestimate the insurance that will be required to protect their families properly. To ascertain the right amount of coverage that is right for the family, it is important to determine the amount of money that will be needed by the survivors and the period they will need it.

  • A tobacco user

If you are a tobacco user, you stand a better chance of receiving better rates if you stop smoking. Tobacco users could pay twice as much when compared to nonusers. However, as you do your shopping, you will discover some companies that treat tobacco users more favorably. Visit our website!

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