Life insurance is generally regarded as something that you don’t really worry about until your retirement age. There is some truth to that, but the fact is that it has nothing to do with your biological age. Rather, retirement is usually the age people are at when they have something worth protecting with life insurance, and the means to invest in a good policy. We are not trying to say that the people in West Bloomfield, MI should wait to call Phil Klein Insurance Group for life insurance, and it should have nothing to do with how many gray hairs you have on your head, but more to do with who you’re trying to support when you are gone.
If you have dependents, a wife, children, or family members that you look after, then life insurance will ensure that they are taken care of should something happen to you. That’s all life insurance is about. It has nothing to do with physical age.
This applies to many people who are fairly young. If you already have a family in your twenties and you want to make sure that they are provided for, life insurance can help. In fact, it may be wiser to invest while your children are young. When they’re able to get jobs of their own, they might not need the support. Life insurance can also help to cover funeral expenses and education. So, keep all these factors in mind.
It is up to you to take the responsibility of researching and reaching out to a trusted agency like Phil Klein Insurance Group. Life insurance can protect you from unforeseen financial troubles in the future. Contact our agency to speak with a representative and to get a quote.
1. “I KNOW WHAT MY BUSINESS IS WORTH”
•Have you ever had your company value appraised by an outside resource?
•Has that appraisal been done within the last three years?
•Do you have a Buy/Sell agreement? •Is it funded?
•Has it been reviewed within the last three years?
•Do you know where your Buy/Sell agreement is kept?
2. “I’M TOO BUSY RUNNING THE COMPANY”
•Do you have a will? •A trust?
•Is it up to date?
•Do you have a plan to retain key employees if something happens to?
•Has your Trust & Estate Plan been reviewed in the last three years?
•Have you identified and written down your trusted advisors?
3. “THAT’LL NEVER HAPPEN TO ME”
•Do you have a succession plan in place?
•Have you involved both key employees and family members in your succession planning?
•Does your succession plan have a provision for disability?
•Have you identified or written down who you want to run the company?
•Do you have disability buy-sell overhead expense coverage?
4. “THERE’S PLENTY OF TIME FOR THAT”
•Do you know when you want to retire? •How much income will you need?
•Do you want to be running the company full-time, five years from today?
•Do you know how much control in the business you must maintain in order to secure your retirement income?
•Have you explored financing opportunities for key employees to buy the company in the future?
5. “MY BUSINESS IS MY RETIREMENT”
•Do you have a retirement vehicle other than your business?
•Is 25% or less of your business assets a part of your retirement plan?
•Will your retirement funding come from more than four sources?
•Have you had your retirement income projected/analyzed to identify shortfalls?
•In the past year, have you spent more than one hour planning for retirement?
6. “YOU CAN’T BEAT UNCLE SAM”
•Do you have a TEAM of financial advisors working with you?
•Are you proactively planning to deal with changes in the tax laws?
•Will any sources of your retirement income be received tax free?
Questions? Concerns? Call Owen Rosen at (248) 682-7445 today or email firstname.lastname@example.org