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Myth #1:

I’m Single and Don’t Have Dependents, so I Don’t Need Coverage

Even single persons need at least enough life insurance to cover the costs of personal debts, medical and funeral bills. If you are uninsured, you may leave a legacy of unpaid expenses for your family or executor to deal with. Plus, this can be a good way for low-income singles to leave a legacy to a favorite charity or other cause.

And also you are insuring while you are INSURABLE!! Understand that if you get diagnosed with high blood pressure, depression, diabetes, cancer and many, many other medical issues you may become super expensive to insure or just completely UNINSURABLE!!!

The best time to get into a life insurance policy is when you are young. Educated parents are buying policies on their children (Universal or Whole Life) $25,000 – $100,000 just so the kids have insurance that can’t be taken away from them if they diagnosed with any issue or get seriously injured or start taking anti-depressants, or start smoking, sky diving, base jumping, etc.

There are many reasons for young, single independent people to make the investment today.

Get in touch with a professional you trust to advise you in this area of your life. If you don’t have someone you trust, I can get you many references on the fact you can trust Feuling Insurance Group to professionally advise you on what is best for you in your specific circumstances and assist you in attaining that policy. When you do things online, it is well known that people make mistakes, don’t get the right coverage, get too little coverage, get too much coverage and end up dropping policy because of premium, etc.

Feuling Insurance Group
(Life/Home/Auto/Umbrella/Professional Liability Insurance)

President, Timothy Feuling