Life Insurance Handbook: Get To Know Introduction, History, Costs, Insurability, And So On: Life Insurance Underwriting Process Flow (Paperback)

Life Insurance Handbook: Get To Know Introduction, History, Costs, Insurability, And So On: Life Insurance Underwriting Process Flow By Warren Raco Cover Image

Life Insurance Handbook: Get To Know Introduction, History, Costs, Insurability, And So On: Life Insurance Underwriting Process Flow (Paperback)

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Life insurance is a contract between you and an insurance company to provide you with coverage based upon your timely payment of premiums. Life insurance provides a death benefit to your named beneficiary (usually a spouse) upon your death. When you pass away, your beneficiary files a claim with the insurance company to submit proof (a death certificate) of your passing. If there is an agent who usually works with your family, your beneficiary can contact the agent who will help him or her complete the necessary paperwork. Or, your beneficiary can contact the insurance company directly and a claims representative will instruct him or her on what to do. After the insurance company receives all the documents, then your beneficiary will be issued the death benefit payout.
When you buy life insurance, you enter a contract with an insurance company that promises to provide your beneficiaries with a certain amount of money upon your death. In return, you make periodic payments, called premiums. There are many things to consider when it comes to getting a life insurance policy that can help protect your family's future financial needs.
In this book, the author will take you through every single aspect of life insurance

Product Details ISBN: 9798505839188
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: May 17th, 2021
Pages: 30
Language: English