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Living Benefits

There are additional benefits associated with our life Insurance and annuity solutions provided by optional riders. We call them Living Benefits, and we have been providing them since 1937. Based on the product, living benefits can provide benefits should a qualifying terminal, chronic or critical illness or critical injury occur1, or if your desire is to have an income that you cannot outlive.

College Planning

The cash value accumulated in a life insurance policy can be used to help pay for any type of secondary educational expenses including technical and vocational schools, or even private primary schools.

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How confident are you about having a comfortable retirement? If you are a little worried, you’re not alone. According to a 2014 report by the Employee Benefits Research Institute, 36% of respondents were “not very confident” or “not confident at all” about having a comfortable retirement. We can help.

Business Owners

We understand your business is consuming a lot of your time. We also know that you are faced with many financial decisions, both for your business and for yourself. There are a number of financial solutions that you can take advantage of to protect what you have begun to build.

Let’s plan for the expected and prepare for the unexpected.


An annuity allows a customer to deposit money (premiums) with an insurance company that can earn interest and grow on a tax-deferred basis with the agreement that the insurance company will then provide a series of payments back to the customer at regular intervals.


People typically purchase annuities to provide or supplement retirement income.

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Children's Policies

We all have hopes and dreams for the future. Life insurance may help those hopes and dreams come true for your child - through every stage of their life (education, wedding, down payment on a first home, devastating illness).

Marketplace Health Insurance

There are different types of Marketplace health insurance plans designed to meet different needs. Some types of plans restrict your provider choices or encourage you to get care from the plan’s network of doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and other medical service providers. Others pay a greater share of costs for providers outside the plan’s network.

Medical Consultation

Medicare is the federal health insurance program for: People who are 65 or older. Certain younger people with disabilities. People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)

Flexible Payment Planning
Debt Action Plan

Your Debt Action Plan uses modern banking principles to quickly eliminate debt and build wealth. It's not magic, it's just math combined with a few incredible strategies. Once you are armed with the tools and strategies you will be ready to start improving your financial life and start your path to debt freedom.

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