Your military life insurance should offer the most complete coverage for the widest variety of circumstances relevant to your current military lifestyle. Even a young military service member with no dependents needs proper life insurance.
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Military Life Insurance: Myth vs. Reality

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"I'm a single military serviceman with no assets, no dependents, and no need for life insurance.right?"

It's just not military to be unprepared. Life insurance is a necessity; no matter where you are in your military career, you need life insurance.

If you settle for too little military life insurance, thinking less is best because you don't have a family to support or have little income, you might just find that the circumstances surrounding your next life or health insurance claim have left you unprepared.

Your military life insurance should offer the most complete coverage for the widest variety of circumstances relevant to your current military lifestyle. Even a young military service member with no dependents needs proper life insurance.

Maybe you don't need the same extensive life insurance coverage as someone with a growing military family facing a future of college tuitions and more, but being young and military is often the best opportunity to get low cost life insurance, right now.

YOUNG, HEALTH, AND MILITARY...ARE GOOD REASONS TO BE INSURED

The cost of life insurance is directly related to your age and your health: the lower your age and number of health issues, the lower your cost for life insurance. Youth and good health are on your side when it comes to getting the best life insurance at the lowest possible life insurance premiums. As you age, and should you decline in health, insurance premiums will tend to get more expensive, and perhaps, out of affordable reach when you need it most.

Also to consider: if you have credit card debt or college loans, your military life insurance policy can help pay them off, should you die unexpectedly.

Should you need to be covered for a military funeral or incur final hospital bills, a good life insurance policy with assure that these costs won't fall to your parents, friends or extended family.

Be sure; be insured. Talk to military colleagues to find out what life insurance they carry and compare their needs and military lifestyle to yours. Do the research and be sure to find a life insurance policy that will cover you.



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