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Americans treat life insurance the same way they treat retirement. The vast majority know they're not adequately prepared, yet don't always take steps to change.
"In addition to believing life insurance is too expensive, our research has shown that consumers are intimidated by the process of buying life insurance — 4 in 10 don't know how much they need or what to buy," said Todd A. Silverhart, corporate vice president and director of LIMRA Insurance Research. "Having a better understanding about the factors that influence pricing might help consumers feel more confident and encourage them to pursue getting coverage they believe they need."
Like anything else, the key to finding and obtaining the ideal life insurance policy (or policies) is educating yourself on the ins and outs of this coverage. Knowing how policies work and how much they cost is one of the first steps toward protecting your family in the event of your death. If you're one of the millions who know you don't have enough life insurance coverage, here are some steps to take today:
1. Assess Your Risk and Be Specific
2. Determine How Much Income You Need to Replace
3. Take a Close Look at Your Liabilities
4. Consult with your Independent Insurance Agent to help you through this process
Kyle has joined the Mid-Valley family and will be working from the world headquarters located in Saginaw, MI. Kyle takes the role of sales manager and will be specializing in commercial account development. Welcome Kyle.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 was an extensive piece of legislation that has created some major changes to your Social Security benefits that may negate your planning strategies for retirement. You may have a very short window to sign up and "grandfather" your benefits. Call your financial planner now to discuss your options to set your best strategy in place going forward.
As many of you know, on Oct. 6, 2015, Gov. Rick Snyder signed a new law that will allow Michigan drivers to show electronic proof of insurance during traffic stops. The new law will take effect 90 days after the signing (approximately Jan. 6).
What you may not know is that we can provide you with a mobile application, which we introduced more than a year ago, already allowing policyholders to easily call up their proof of insurance on their phones, as well as offers a host of other great features like:
Call you Mid-Valley Agent today to get this new app on your cell phone.
It's the 1930's. Vickie (who hasn't yet heard that her snipe is bad for her health) is pushawed with a customer that is apparently dizzy with a dame and wants to take his bean shooter and plug someone just because he's a greaseball. The gumshoe who p
It's the 1930's. Radewahn Insurance (Now Mid-Valley) takes customer care to a new level. Invested in a fire truck for emergency runs and as you can see, the staff is "All In" Join us in our 85th Anniversary celebration on September 10.
Life and Health department manager, Sue Taylor, just learns that smoking is dangerous to your health. She is typing a memo to her customers that by quitting smoking, she will be able to lower their premiums.
Join us in celebrating our 85th anniversary on September 10 and keep up with us on the story of our history at www.midv.net.
A customer stopped in and asked if we could cover their beer brewery during the prohibition. The staff had to pull out manuals to study company guidelines.
Watch for our 85th anniversary celebration.
Radewahn Insurance, now known as Mid-Valley Insurance, agent Adolph Radewahn writes his first auto policy on a 1928 Ford Pickup for $9.50. The legend begins. Join us on September 10 for our anniversary celebration at our world headquarters on Gratiot Road.
Tom Radewahn CIC LIC
President / CEO
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