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Financial Tip: Life Insurance as an Asset

Article written by SBBN Leadership member, Lu Casillas, Financial Specialist at FCA, Speaker & Writer at Blend2Day

How are your assets?

When thinking about your future money the more diverse the assets the better. Most people like bonds, fixed or cash products because they are SAFE!

What happens when “LIFE” throws you a curve-ball?

You may have been diagnosed with an illness and now you need to start dipping into that bucket. Now you face depleting that bucket and can you or will you ever be able to replace that outgoing money?

Let’s look at another asset that could perform in many “curveball” instances, one that you may not even be aware of, one that can be used for a plethora of “Life Situations”

It is Life Insurance!
Are you surprised? The reality is that most people are not taught the beauty of Life Insurance as an Asset Class. They look at it as an expense and would dispose of it first if financial stress happens as if it were a gym membership. The problem with that is that you are only able to get LI if you are healthy and the younger you get it, the less expensive it is.

Q: Where did people have their money during the great depression?
*Bank
*Cookie Jar
* Insurance Company

Fact; During the Great Depression, the only people who were financially comfortable had all of their money in INSURED INVESTMENTS! aka: Life Insurance!

When constructed correctly and with the correct company it could be one of the greatest assets you can provide yourself with. It can also protect your business, your family and You in case of an unforeseen illness. This is so personal and when structured correctly with your individual needs, it could give you everything you ever need for a financially comfortable future.

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Connect with Lu Casillas, Financial Specialist at FCA, Speaker & Writer at Blend2Day
Serving The Greater Los Angeles Area, Central Coast and Arizona
Lic. No. 0H66936

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