Is Your Life Insurance Coverage Enough?

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Is Your Life Insurance Coverage Enough?

  1. 1. Is Your Life Insurance Enough?<br />Learn a Simple Way to Determine If It Is or Not<br />
  2. 2. Is Your Life Insurance Enough?Here’s a Simple Way to Determine If It Is or Not<br />
  3. 3. Is Your Life Insurance Enough?Here’s a Simple Way to Determine If It Is or Not<br />
  4. 4. Is Your Life Insurance Enough?Here’s a Simple Way to Determine If It Is or Not<br />* Assuming 5%<br />Based on 5% rate of return, the present life insurance coverage of $1,000,000, can only provide $50,000 per year, spending only the interest with the capital remaining intact. <br />* NOTE: TAXES AND ADJUSTMENTS FOR INFLATION NOT CONSIDERED.<br />
  5. 5. Don't Make Them Pay for No or Inadequate Life Insurance<br />It is a funny thing about life insurance. It has to be paid for, whether or not... it is bought. <br />If you buy the life insurance your family needs, then you pay for it out of current income. You spend less here and a little less there. You do a little better job of budgeting, of watching out for unnecessary expenditure.<br />But, if you don't pay for the life insurance out of the money in your pocket today, then your family may have to pay for it someday. <br />You say: “But how will they pay for it?"<br />The answer is that “they have to pay for it- out of the things they do without- the opportunities they do not enjoy; the school they are unable to attend; the home from which they are forced to leave; the sense of security they do not possess; a mother's attention which is not theirs because she must work to live and so that they may live.”<br />Ask yourself this question: “Who pays the biggest price for life insurance, I or my children?” Then, act in accordance with your answer.<br />
  6. 6. SynergiaBusiness Presentations<br />Joaquin “Duke” G. Wilwayco8301 Ephraim Road, Austin, TX 78717Phone: (512) 799-2999<br />Fax: (512) 671-6377Email: dgwilwayco@aol.com<br />

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