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Why should I buy Nevada life insurance?
Most families would face financial hardship if a wage-earner were to become absent from the household. How would your loved ones afford house payments, college or retirement?
Nevada life insurance can help prevent financial burdens by providing funds to your loved ones in the event of your death.
How much Nevada life insurance should I buy?
Assessing your Nevada life insurance needs is very important. Before purchasing your policy you will want to ask yourself:
After determining how much money your dependants will need, you will want to consider any assets you already have available to put toward these costs. Your assets might include cash, savings, pension or Social Security.
Subtracting your assets from your needs will give you a ballpark figure of how much Nevada life insurance your loved ones will need.
Who will receive the money from my Nevada life insurance?
Anyone can be named as a beneficiary in your Nevada life insurance policy. This might include your spouse, children, friends or even a charitable organization.
Are there different forms of Nevada life insurance?
Yes. The two most common forms of Nevada life insurance are called term and whole, or permanent.
Term—provides coverage for a set period of time, or "term". It is important to understand that a death benefit will only be provided if you die during your policy's term. At the end of a term, you may choose to renew your policy, but your premium may increase as your age increases.
Term life insurance is a good idea if you want to cover expenses that will dissipate in time such as mortgage payments or student loans.
Whole—designed to provide coverage throughout your lifetime. As long as you pay your premiums, a whole life policy will stay in tact.
Whole life insurance policies are characterized by the fact that they often earn cash value—unlike term life policies. You may borrow against a whole life policy, however if the money is not paid back your beneficiaries will receive a reduced death benefit.
What if I can't pay the premium for my Nevada life insurance?
If you are unable to the premium for your Nevada life insurance, you will receive a 30-day grace period to make a payment. If the grace period expires with no payment, your Nevada life insurance will most likely be cancelled.
I still have questions about Nevada life insurance. Are there other resources available?
The Insurance Information Institute is a reliable source of information on life insurance. You may contact them at (212) 346-5400 or visit their site on the Internet.
You may also contact the Nevada Department of Insurance with state-specific
questions. You may call them in Carson City at (775) 687-4270 or in Las Vegas at
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