National Agents Alliance Life Insurance Blog

Life insurance can be complicated and confusing, especially when people have different ideas about what it is, who needs it and what the benefits are. There are also many different types of insurance that most Americans are not aware of. We created this blog to help you understand life insurance and how important it is for your family and friends. Browse through our posts to learn more about how you can protect your family!

Enjoy tax-free retirement

Have you ever wished you had a crystal ball? Regardless of your age, it would be nice to see ahead 5, 10, or 20 years down the road in regards to your financial future. That is why there is no better time than NOW to start planning your retirement.

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How to Change Someone's Life

You've probably heard the same cliche phrases over and over again: You can make a difference! You can change the world! Those lines are usually followed by the request to send money to a charity you've never heard of or with no explanation at all of how you can accomplish this large task.

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Is Life Insurance Worth It?

Most Americans understand that their family could benefit from having life insurance, but very few fully understand how to get the most value from their life insurance policy. When considering life insurance, follow the tips below to make your policy worth it for your family.

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Make sure your family is taken care of during Life Insurance Awareness Month

Everybody needs life insurance whether they want to admit it or not.

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Life Insurance can help you buy a home

Buying a home for the first time is exciting and daunting. It is a big decision both emotionally and financially. As you plan out your budget for your down payment, take this into consideration. Some life insurance policies allow you to borrow from the cash that you have accumulated with that policy. You are basically borrowing from yourself. Since a lender is not involved you can "pay yourself back" at your own pace. It is important to follow a payment schedule to avoid any unpaid interest fees being owed by your family at the time of your death.

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