Love is one of the best parts of our human experience. We all have someone we love, whether it's a spouse, significant other, a child, a sibling, a parent...or all of the above! This February, I'm asking you to protect that love against the unpredictable things that happen in life.
Life Insurance Protects the One You Love
Every February, kids hand out Valentines in their classrooms, and couples turn to tried-and-true gifts like chocolate, roses, and jewelry to express their love for each other. In fact, according to USA Today, spending for Valentine's Day in 2016 hit a new world record of $19.7 billion. But what if there was a better way to say, "I love you"? Flowers last a week, and then they wither and die. Chocolates last for a couple of days, and once they're eaten, there's hardly a memory left behind.
Why not give a gift that speaks to the ages?
Life insurance is a love letter from beyond the grave.
Give a Gift that Lasts Forever
Love is the #1 reason to buy life insurance. When you insure yourself, you're telling your loved ones, "I love you so much that I want you to be taken care of even if I'm not here with you." It's an unselfish gift that speaks volumes about how you feel. It's the right thing to do if you love someone, but it's even more important if you're worried about what might happen to them without you. Let life insurance provide for them if you aren't able to do so yourself.
Another great thing about life insurance is that it's flexible. You get to choose who your policy protects. It can be one person, such as a spouse, or it can be several people, like your siblings. It all depends where you are in life and who your loved ones may be. You also have the option to add (or remove) the people you're protecting. If you get married, for example, you can always add a new spouse and step-children.
Once you've protected the ones you love, you'll all have peace of mind. It's a big world out there, and while there's room for a lot of love, there's also a lot of uncertainty. You don't have to worry, though...and neither do your loved ones. They'll be financially secure no matter what happens. You'll know you helped their dreams come true, even if you aren't there to see it yourself.