When Poor Health Prompts Decisive Action
We all face aging and possible illness as a part of life. While various healthcare technologies and medical breakthroughs have helped extend the average life expectancy, people are far from immortal. Like it or not, we must accept the fact that these human bodies, no matter how well we care for them, eventually break down.
When it is time to make some of those important health care directives and decisions, don’t be left in the dark. Take some time now to map out plans for the future, no matter how healthy you are, and you’ll experience less stress you do find yourself with the need to do this important work:
Think about life insurance
Life insurance isn’t just for you, it’s for those that you love and want to care for as well. Taking into consideration some things like your age, your current state of health, and what kind of coverage you need to wipe out debts and liabilities for your loved ones will help you determine what kind of coverage you need. Comparing term life insurance vs whole life insurance policies is a great place to start. You can determine if being able to cash out your policy at the end will benefit you more than the need for coverage for a finite period of time. Talk to your financial advisor to decide which of these plans is best for your situation.