Life Insurance Awareness Month 2013

Along with “back to school” and the beginning of the college and NFL football seasons starting in September, it is also Life Insurance Awareness Month. This year, Boomer Esiason serves as the official spokesperson for this important cause. While most sports fans know him as a former NFL MVP and current NFL analyst, they probably don’t know his back story of his mom dying while he was just 7 years old.

70 percent of U.S. households with children under 18 would have trouble meeting everyday living expenses within a few months if a primary wage earner were to die today. If you are one of those, time to take advantage of what life insurance can do for your family.

Listen to Boomer’s story and then take just a few minutes to make sure your family is financially protected with life insurance if something were to happen to you.

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“I don’t have time to get life insurance right now”


What activities are your days filled with that you can’t take at least 30 minutes researching and 10 minutes applying for a policy that could literally make the difference between your family being able to support themselves or being forced to go on some sort of welfare if you were to die?! Your entire combined active involvement in obtaining life insurance can take less time than watching a movie. You can run instant price quotes in less than one minute; apply in less than 10 minutes; complete a health interview and mini-physical exam in less than 30 minutes; and accept a policy offer in less than 10 minutes. In less than 60 total minutes of your active participation, you can provide financial protection for your family at a guaranteed rate that you can lock-in at anywhere from 10 years to the rest of your life. Are you really too busy to take a combined hour out of your life to make sure your family can be financially secure if you were to die prematurely?

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Demystifying Life Insurance

CEG Life Insurance Services was profiled in this month’s issue of The Suit Magazine! You can click on the below picture of our article to be taken to The Suit Magazine’s website where you can read this month’s entire issue, including our article.

This article (including the title itself) captures what our company’s mission is.

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Death by the numbers

While it is not a pleasant topic of conversation, nor an enjoyable thought to dwell on, death does come to everyone. Here is a very interesting statistical breakdown of death in the United States. Our point in posting this is not to satisfy morbid curiousity, but rather to remind everyone of both the certainty, as well as the uncertainty, of death. Because of the uncertainty of when death will occur, we offer the certainty of a financial payout at the time of death through a life insurance policy. This product is specifically meant to protect against a financial struggle at the time of life’s most difficult emotional struggle.

Hence, while you look over the statistics of death, we hope you remember that those who are most affected by death are the ones the deceased leaves behind. Life insurance is meant to help them.

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Top 10 Excuses for Not Getting Life Insurance

While this is not a list resulting from an official study or survey, here are 10 of the most frequent excuses we hear people give about not getting life insurance. In future posts, we will expound on each one.

1. I don’t have time to get life insurance right now
2. Life insurance costs too much
3. Getting life insurance is too complicated
4. I don’t want to talk to a salesperson about life insurance
5. I have extended family to take care of my family if I die so I don’t need life insurance
6. Life insurance is a waste of money because my family probably won’t collect on it
7. I have enough money for my family without life insurance
8. I’m healthy so I don’t need life insurance yet
9. I’m single or I don’t have kids so I don’t need life insurance
10. My spouse works (or will go back to work if I die) so we don’t need life insurance

Are you offering any of these excuses? Do you have a different excuse that is not on this list as to why you don’t have life insurance? Please share!

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America’s Most Trustworthy Companies

Each year Forbes releases a list of its 100 “most trustworthy companies” filled with companies from all industries. We are proud of the fact that Cincinnati Financial, ultimate parent of The Cincinnati Life Insurance Company, is the top-performing large-cap insurance company on three consecutive Forbes’ lists of America’s Most Trustworthy Companies, based on openness and integrity in accounting, governance and management.

We are very happy to highlight our affiliation with Cincinnati Life , and applaud them for this great recognition.

Congratulations Cincinnati Life! Click here to read the official Forbes article.

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Get life insurance…

When Death arrives at least he will bring your family a check.

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Term Life Insurance to Age 90

Most people tend to think of term life insurance as a product for young families who need to financially protect a spouse and/or children if they were to die at a young age, but can’t afford to spend much for a life insurance policy. While this is obviously an important demographic for term life insurance, there is a growing market for term life insurance among a demographic that is often overlooked when it comes to this product. Due to a host of reasons (economic and otherwise) more and more people who are nearing or in retirement are needing and wanting life insurance and, if you are among that group, what you may not realize is that term life insurance can be purchased up to age 80 and can provide coverage all the way to age 90!

So, if you, or a parent, is in the midst of financial, estate, or retirement planning, and you think you are too old to qualify for term life insurance, think again; and run some instant price quotes right from our website to see if a term life insurance policy fits into your financial plan.

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Goodbye ING…

Hello VOYA

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Have you filed your taxes yet?

The Procrastinator’s Guide to Filing Your 2012 Tax Return via H&R Block

After you have finished with your taxes, do the other thing that you have put off for far too long: buy life insurance to financially protect your family.

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