We all plan for a more fortunate future, though things are not always in our control.
Managing risk effectively means valuing your family’s capital. How much money will each of your family members create? The death or disabling disease of a loved one, for example, can have catastrophic consequences on a family or company’s financial future. How much capital would be required to replace income and allow your family or company to thrive?
Through a careful analysis of their situations, we suggest ways that our clients can mitigate risk through life insurance and critical-illness or disability insurance. These plans compensate by replacing income, paying off debt, paying for education, and leaving family members a legacy that ensures they’re in a position of full opportunity.
It is always an important goal for us to design plans so that, at a later date, clients receive interest and premiums that they’ve paid. Through our planning, we are able to maintain insurance programs that also refund premiums with interest.