In 2003, two respected life insurance veterans, with over 50 years of combined experience in the insurance industry, decided to share that knowledge through the Internet and so they set out to create a full-service life insurance website, LifeInsure.com.
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Let’s face it, when people think of life insurance, they usually don’t think of adrenaline pumping, heart-pounding, high-speed excitement. Well, that’s all about to change with the announcement that groundbreaking—and record breaking—racecar driver Danica Patrick will become the new national spokesperson for Life Insurance Awareness Month this coming September. … Continue reading Danica Patrick Becomes Spokesperson for National Life Insurance Awareness MonthRead More
All-Time High Life Insurance Policies The world record for the largest life insurance policy has just been broken. According to Guinness World Records, the previous all-time high for a policy was $201 million. That was until The Archer Financial Group sold policies worth $235 million and $295 million. The insurance … Continue reading Recording-Breaking Life Insurance PoliciesRead More
My apologies for the title of this post, but I wanted to get the attention of those of you who have procrastinated with getting a life insurance policy. Some of you know it’s something you need to do and “will get around to it someday,” while others have started the … Continue reading Letter to a (Dead) ProcrastinatorRead More