Life Insurance Collierville TN

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Mr. Matthew D. Yokie (RFC®), CEP, CSA
(901) 853-5507
10928 E Shelby Dr
Collierville, TN
Company
Provident Retirement Advisors
Qualifications
Education: BA
Years of Experience: 15
Membership
IARFC, SCSA, SCRFA, NICEP
Services
Invoice, Estate Planning, Portfolio Management, Pension Planning, Retirement Planning, Medicaid Planning, Tax Planning, Seminars Work, Stocks and Bonds, Mutual Funds, Annuities, Life Insurance, Disability Income Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, Group Insurance, Charitable Planning, Education Plan, Charitable Foundations, Asset Protection

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Financial Institution Consulting Corporation
(901) 684-7410
700 Colonial Road, Suite 102
Memphis, TN
 
Tony Mcgehee Insurance agency
(901) 755-4172
261 Germantown Bend Cove Suite 103
Cordova, TN
Services
Insurance, financial service, banks

Delta Dental Plan of Tennessee
(901) 767-9522
704 West Brookhaven Circle
Memphis, TN
 
call for info
(901) 334-7506
122 happy lane
memphis, TN
 
New York Life Insurance Company
(901) 761-1810
1715 Aaron Brenner Drive, Suite 204
Memphis, TN
 
Arther Wells Insurance Agency
(901) 363-9217
4205 Hacks Cross Rd
Memphis, TN
Services
Insurance and Financial Services

The James Group
(901) 273-8600
6055 Primacy Parkway, Suite 300
Memphis, TN
 
Allstate / Realis H. Sanders Agency
(901) 795-4953
2650 Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Suite
Memphis, TN
 
State Farm Insurance- Chuck Petrey
(901) 373-3500
6565 Stage Rd Suite 4
Bartlett, TN
Services
Insurance and financial services

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8 Life Insurance Myths To Be Aware Of

by Special to Casa Latina on September 7, 2010

in La Buena Vida

Life insurance is an often overlooked part of a family’s financial plan. However, with the right policy money issues need not be a consideration if tragedy does strikes. People should understand the life insurance process before, during and after they buy policies explains Amy Danise, senior managing editor of Insure.com. Misunderstandings can lead to bad financial decisions. Below are some common myths to be aware of.

Myth #1: There’s a universal database of life insurance policies that I can use to find my relative’s policy number

This problem often starts with the insured person, who never fully divulges where the policy paperwork is kept. Beneficiaries can’t make a claim without knowing at least the name of the life insurance company. Unfortunately there is no company or agency that tracks all life insurance policies sold in the United States.

Myth #2: Anyone can take out a life insurance policy on you

Your friend, neighbor, sibling – even spouse – can’t buy life insurance on you without your knowledge. The application process usually requires a medical exam – or at least your signature on papers.

Myth #3: Life insurance companies look for ways to reject people

When we talk about buying life insurance, we often end up talking about medical conditions and other risks that can knock you out of the market. But life insurers do try to offer life insurance quotes to applicants with medical problems.

Myth #4: I have group life insurance through work so I’m all set

The life insurance you buy through work isn’t portable. If you lose or leave your job, you’ll be without life insurance. It’s a much better plan to buy life insurance on your own.

Myth #5: A life insurance application rejection means you’re uninsurable

A rejection from one company doesn’t mean that others will do the same. It’s important to keep looking.

Myth #6: My spouse is still young and can go back to work if I die

Assuming your surviving spouse will quickly find well-paying work isn’t a good financial plan. Life insurance also allows you to provide college tuition and money for other large expenses if you’re no longer around.

Myth #7: The government will take care of my family

Payments from government sources like Social Security are inadequate to provide financial stability in the event o...

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