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Accessing a Path to Security

By Keith Reed


Whether you're a parent planning for a child's education or a small business owner poised for growth, one thing's for certain — there's not much you can control about the future. And when you add the backdrop of a turbulent economy, it may be difficult to even think about making long-term plans for yourself, your family or your loved ones.

But one key to moving forward may be securing a level of financial protection against life's uncertainties  for however long you need it. Term life insurance can help provide that protection.

As many parents are juggling multiple obligations including mortgages, auto loans and educational expenses, the prospect of leaving loved ones burdened with those responsibilities can be particularly overwhelming. All these concerns can be addressed in ways tailored to what you and your family can afford. Term life insurance provides coverage at a level you choose, for a period of time you designate. For young families or single parents, term policies are an accessible path to security. And, as your financial circumstances change in the future, a term policy can be easily upgraded to permanent insurance to cover your long-term goals and dreams.

Let's face it. You can't be prepared for everything. But a term insurance policy might help you plan for more than you realize.

For additional information on the information or topic(s) discussed, please contact
Keith Reed
at 254-537-3220.

Keith Reed,
New York Life Insurance Company
254-537-3220
115 Burnet Court
Woodway, TX 76712 
kdreed@nyl.com
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By Keith Reed
Categories:  Family Financial Tips

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Keith Reed

Keith Reed

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