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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Have you ever thought about life insurance?

A topic that may not come up often until it's too late is insurance. Life insurance, home insurance, car insurance are just among some of the important types of insurance to have and in some states, it's required. Do you have insurance? If so, are you covered for everything that life may throw at you?

Aussie (http://www.aussie.com/) not only offers home and car loans and a credit card, they also carry insurance-including funeral insurance. If you live in Australia, some benefits Aussie Direct Life offers are, you can be covered from 10,000 to $1 million, you can keep your policy for life and you have a 30 day money back guarantee.

Getting a life insurance quote is super easy as well, just use the form on the site! there are no medical exams or bloods tests to take. You won't have to fill out any forms either. You can find an Aussie Shop locally by using their user-friendly search option. How simple it would be to purchase security for you and your family?

2 comments:

Jenjen @GottaLoveMom said...

There seems to be so many different kinds of insurance to purchase, and so many choices, and wide range of coverage.
Insurance is one of the things that a family should really sit down, analyze and consider.
The last time my family analyzed our life insurance was after 9-11.
They say one have to review their will and insurance policies at least every 10 years.

The Mother said...

Any SAHM who does not have a whopping policy on her husband is taking a massive risk with her family's well being. It should be in the contract when you give up your job, and it should be in a dollar range that will comfortably support the family for the years it will take you to get back into the job market at the same level where you left.

Anything less is unacceptable.