health, life insurance, protection

How will your family survive?

My cousin recently died from a heart attack.

He was 48 years old. He left behind a wife and two teenage children. Their plans for the future were shattered and his family is left to pick up the pieces.

My son was born when I was 30 years old. Honestly, I didn’t get life insurance until I was 36. I had never been taught the importance of using Life Insurance to manage risk and protect your family. Recent studies show that I’m not alone. There is a huge gap in the level of financial literacy in the United States.

According to a recent study by LIMRA (1);

  • Among households with children under 18, 4 in 10 say they would suffer immediate financial trouble if a primary wage earner died today.
  • Another 3 in 10 would have trouble keeping up with basic living expenses after several months.
  • Overall, 7 in 10 of all households said they would have trouble covering everyday living expenses after several months if the primary wage earner died.

To be clear 37 million households have no life insurance… none… (2)

Another 33 million households do not have sufficient life insurance to count themselves as protected…

Ask yourself… “How will my family be affected if something happened? Will they end up homeless, destitute, starving, unable to attend college or get a decent job?”

This is a huge gap that must be addressed and reduced. Many people say that life insurance is too expensive, but the truth is as longevity increases life insurance rates decrease. Life insurance has never been more affordable then it is today.

The likelihood that we will eventually die is… 100%. The question is what impact our death will have on those around us. What impact will our death have on those who depend on us, like spouses, or children, or elderly parents?

What about the impact your death will have if you have a special needs child? It will be catastrophic… And yet statistics show most of us are playing Russian roulette with our children’s futures.

Please reach out to me to learn how you and your family can be better protected.

If you want to discuss these issues or learn more, please feel free to contact me.

Retirement Income. Tax Efficient Planning.

Life Insurance. Disability Insurance

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To learn more contact:
James Cox
Cell: 267 323 6936
Email: james.cox@FFGadvisors.com
First Financial Group 150 South Warner Rd.  Suite 120 King of Prussia, PA 19406

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  1. https://www.bankerslife.com/insights/understanding-insurance/three-ways-life-insurance-can-help-your-family-financially/
  2. https://lifehappens.org/blog/2018-barometer-study/