You want to do right by your loved ones and that’s why you work so hard, but what if something happened to you and you were to pass on? Who would take care of your beneficiaries? How would they cover some of the financial obligations you’ve left behind?
A New Hampshire term life insurance policy may help you find these answers. Term life insurance New Hampshire policies may help cover your beneficiaries in case of your death.
A New Hampshire life insurance policy may help your beneficiaries take care of past, present and future bills, such as: funeral expenses, credit card payments, mortgage bills, electric payments and tuition, in the event that you pass away.
Generally there are two types of New Hampshire life insurance policies sold — term life insurance and whole life insurance. Term life covers a specific term, like terms of 10years, 15 years, 20years, or, in some cases, even 30years. Whole life is available for your whole life through a combination of a term policy and an investment component. Generally speaking, term life is less expensive than whole life insurance.
The cost of a New Hampshire term life insurance policy may depend on a variety of factors, including: your age, health, number of dependents needed to be covered and the amount of total coverage you may need. The amount of coverage needed may depend on, among other things, the amount needed to replace your current income.
The benefits of a New Hampshire term life insurance policy include the potential for the peace of mind of knowing that your beneficiaries may be helped financially in case you were to move on from this life.
New Hampshire term life insurance policies may be offered throughout the state, including the following cities and towns:
Our registered agent and registered address in New Hampshire is as follows:
National Registered Agents, Inc.
63 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
"Did you know that since 2005 the percentage of U.S. adults without life insurance has nearly doubled?"*