Insuring Your Families Income Stream

GoFundMe definitely has a purpose and a place.. It has the power to impact lives and make a difference for families. But it also is temporary, it is a short term solution to short term problems.  There are many situations which GoFundMe can help families get through a short term hardship.  But losing a loved one and a primary breadwinner or primary caregiver of the family is a problem that comes with long term concerns.  If we lose a primary breadwinner or primary caregiver we lose a huge asset to the family and will be in a really rough spot..


THE PROBLEM IS PEOPLE TRY TO SOLVE LONG TERM PROBLEMS WITH SHORT TERM SOLUTIONS.


In fact, according to an article on FOXBusiness, that campaign has raised more than three times the average earned by a GoFundMe funeral, tribute or memorial campaign, which it pegged at $2,200, with an average individual donation of $65, for more than 22,000 campaigns. Another fundraising site, YouCaring.com, says its average funeral-related campaign raises about $2,000. That’s far short of the $7,000-plus cost of the average funeral.


SECURE YOUR FAMILIES INCOME STREAM FOR THE AVERAGE COST OF A FEW COFFEES PER MONTH.


We can help you find what types of life insurance options are best for yourselves and your family. What limits you need and what you can afford.  We offer life insurance plans, where we set up a plan on how you would want your life insurance money to be applied in the event of you not returning home (this can help loved ones not worry about where the money applies to to make it last).

Please, protect the quality of life of your family, protect their income stream, and allow them to grieve without stress, and to continue living the life that you work so hard for them to have.

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