Insurance Tips for Women

Over the past few decades, women have emerged as near-equals in the workforce but they still do not carry the amount of insurance as men. While in the past home-schooling, transporting children, cooking, house-keeping, and running household tasks were the only responsibilities for most women, nowadays the situation is a bit different. In many families, many women are now enjoying their own careers. They are often full-time employees or even business owners. Nobody is surprised to hear that women contribute a major portion of the family income by working from home while taking care of their kids.

To put it simply, many women now provide irreplaceable or at least valuable income for their families. If lost due to any unexpected reason, the rest of the family has to cope with serious financial trouble. This is where life insurance for women comes to the rescue.

What to remember when considering a life insurance option:

1. Do not cover just your partner, even if he/she is the highest earner in the family. If a family suddenly becomes a single-income family for any particular reason, it won’t take long for financial problems to arise.

2. Get the right policy. With so many options available, it pays to shop around and pick one that best fits your needs and lifestyle. To make this process easier, LSM Insurance is here to do this for you. You can ask our experts as many questions as you want, calculate how much coverage you need, or simply skip these steps and get a life insurance quote instantly.

4. Choose the right policy amount. We’ll help you find only the insurance that you need. There is no point in paying additional fees if you don’t need the extra coverage.

3. Review the policy regularly. It is advisable to monitor your life insurance regularly to make sure that your current policy still meets your needs. We understand that you don’t want to pay for what you don’t need, and therefore at LSM Insurance, we are always ready to assist you.

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  • Rene
    June 3, 2013 at 6:23 am

    Do I get a discount if I buy a life and critical illness policy together. I am 62 want quotes on 200K and 300K

    • LSM Insurance
      June 3, 2013 at 7:00 am

      Hi Rene,

      Thanks for the note. The premiums will depend on the type, your date of birth – insurance companies use age nearest pricing, smoking status and health. Many companies allow you yo a Critical Illness rider to a policy this will save you the policy fee.