Marc and Lorna just bought a house and, like most home buyers, they needed a mortgage. During the financing process, they were offered mortgage insurance by the lender. They wanted to know more before taking the coverage.
Do we control the policy? Because the coverage is usually a group plan, the agreement is actually between the lender and the insurance company. Marc and Lorna would be insured under the policy and pay the premiums, but the lender would be the beneficiary and receive all proceeds on death.
Ron and Susan are arranging a mortgage and the banker asks if they'd like to include life insurance to pay it off on death. Sounds like a good idea, so they decide to take it. After filling out and signing a few more forms, they have it.
Everyone who enjoys good health hopes it will last for a lifetime. But it doesn't always turn out that way.
Sometimes life throws a curve.
Injuries can happen. A disability illness could dramatically change your life, your future, your family's lifestyle, as well as your financial security. A chronic disease or disability could keep you from working. Someone in your family could become injured and require personal care services. Insurance can't prevent those things from happening. But it can help you and your family cope.
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