The stress and the sorrow that come with the loss of a loved one are inexplicable. Having to figure out what to do with the finances of the departed can be tricky, too. This checklist will help you get things in order and avoid delays and confusion. When you are filing a claim with your life insurance company, these are critical steps.
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Most parents want their children to get a college education. They make sacrifices to make sure they can pay for tuition. When a parent dies without life insurance, finances get tight. For many, college no longer seems like an option.
Every year, Life Happens sponsors the Life Lessons Scholarship Program, which helps students whose parents have passed away continue their education and follow their dreams. If you’d like to find out more, go here.
How Long Will Your Death Benefit Check Last?
According to a 2014 survey, the average American would like for the proceeds of a breadwinner’s life insurance policy to last 14 years after his or her death. In reality, they are likely to have exhausted the death benefit within 3 years.
Would you like to turn your life insurance benefits into a life-long income? An annuity may be exactly what you’re looking for.