INSURANCE PLANNING

Are others depending on you financially? Make sure they are protected in case of the unexpected.

Insurance planning

Life changes quickly; that's why its important to periodically evaluate your financial and insurance needs.

The reason to purchase insurance is to protect your family and your financial plans from unexpected events that have the potential to devastate your family's finances. Much like the ant that stores up food for the winter months - buying appropriate insurance is a wise and prudent move to protect the people you love.

Unfortunately, insurance can also be misused and oversold to protect against every possible contingency. It's important to consider two things regarding any type of insurance: (1) the amount of insurance you need, and (2) the amount you can afford considering your budget and overall financial plan.

At Blom & Howell Financial Planning, we provide you the education, counsel and solutions that are appropriate for your family's needs.

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We can assist with...

LIFE INSURANCE

Provides financial support in the event of a premature death

LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE

Provides financial support in the event of an extended long-term care need.

DISABILITY INSURANCE

Provides financial support in the event of a disability that would prevent the insured from working normally.

We can assist with...

Beneficiary Changes

• Recent marriage or divorce?
• New child or dependent?
• Children grown and out of the house?
• Death of spouse or dependent?

New Financial Responsibilities

• Change in employment status or salary?
• Need to plan for retirement?
• Need to support anyone with special needs or an elderly family member?
• Received an inheritance?

Added ​Debt

• Purchased a home?
• Started or own a business?
• Need to fund higher education?
• Student loans?

"A successful financial life doesn't happen by chance, it happens by choice."

Featured articles and resources

Understanding Life Insurance

You’ve worked hard, built a career, bought your dream home, and started a family. Your income covers your expenses (with some left), you’re maxing out your 401(k) contributions, saving for college, and even putting something aside in an investment portfolio. You’re in great shape to retire in 20 years or so, with your mortgage paid off and enough to see you through a comfortable retirement. What’s missing from this picture? A comprehensive risk management plan. Not investment risk: The assumption is that you have that covered with effective portfolio management. This is life risk – the risk that something can happen to derail your carefully built plans. Another word for risk management? Life insurance.
Michael Howell
September 5, 2022

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