I Am Your Life Insurance Policy

What Life Insurance Can do for you.

Michigan Life insurance

What is Life Insurance?

I am a piece of paper, a drop of ink and a few pennies of premium.

I am a promise to pay.

I help people see visions, dream dreams and achieve economic immortality.

I am an education for the children.

I am savings.

I am a property that increases in value from year to year.

I lend money when you need it most, with no questions asked.

I pay off mortgages so that the family can remain together in their own homes.

I ensure people the daring to live and the moral right to die.

I create money where none existed before.

I am the great emancipator from want.

I guarantee the continuity of business.

I conserve the employer’s investment.

I am tangible evidence that a man is a good husband and father, and that a woman is a good wife and mother.

I am a declaration of financial independence and economic freedom.

I am the difference between an old man or woman and an elderly gentleman or lady.

I provide cash if illness, injury, old age or death cuts off the breadwinner’s income.

I am the only thing that you can buy on the installment plan that your family doesn’t have to finish paying for.

I am protected by laws that prevent creditors from assessing the money I give to your loved ones.

I bring dignity, peace of mind and security to your family.

I supply investment capital that makes the wheels turn and the motors hum.

I guarantee the financial ability to have happy holidays and the laughter of children—even though father or mother is not there.

I am the guardian angel of the home.

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I am life insurance.

Life insurance is a practical way to protect your family’s financial hopes and dreams. The death of a family member can be devastating to survivors both emotionally and financially. Life insurance can provide cash to help with your family’s immediate and long-term needs.

  • Immediate needs include funeral expenses, unpaid medical bills, and taxes.
  • Long-term needs include care for a disabled child or elderly parent expenses and, in general, the chance for members of your family to continue to live the life to which they are accustomed.

Life insurance is not for the people who die, but for people who live. It’s wise to explore options while you are still healthy; health problems can make life insurance expensive or unavailable.  For further information Click our link if you are looking for a Michigan life insurance agent or call 248-888-1134 to get more information or to start your life insurance program today.

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