New from Give Your Kid a Million - a complete guide for new and expecting parents. Find out what life insurance is, why it's important and what type of policy might be best for your family!
The birth of a child is an exciting time in your life. There are so many new memories and happy times ahead. But along with that also comes some additional financial responsibility which should include having a plan for the unexpected.
Life insurance is typically purchased in order to ensure that loved ones and survivors won't have to face financial hardship in case of the unexpected. When an applicant has certain health issues, though, qualifying for the needed coverage may not necessarily always be easy. This could be the case when a woman is pregnant.
Your employer-sponsored coverage may not even come close to meeting your needs. Online calculators aren't always accurate and there's many things to consider that you may not have even though of. Working with a local agent assures every detail is covered, giving you all the information you need to make the best decision for your family's financial future.
Mike Schafer shares his vision of Give Your Kid a Million. With nearly three decades of experience in the insurance and financial services industries, Schafer’s observed the changes, challenges and opportunities that face agents. He shares his thoughts on his company and why he believes the Give Your Kid a Million model is right for agency owners.
Nick Cerone is a partner and serves as Business Development Manager at Give Your Kid a Million. His extensive business experience spans thirty years of marketing and sales within the insurance and financial services industries. Nick is a licensed insurance agent and in the past has owned an independent P&C business. He holds an MBA from DePaul University with an emphasis in Marketing. Nick is active in his community and serves as an Alderman in Batavia, IL..
It has often been said that a jack of all trades is a master of none. But in today's fast-moving online world, consumers have a myriad of information available literally at their fingertips. This has dramatically changed the way that products and services are marketed - including insurance.