Companies We Represent
At Equiinsurance we only represent top insurance carriers. Some of the carriers offered are:
Florida Life Insurance
Life insurance protects those that depend on your paycheck. If you die prematurely, life insurance provides your dependents with ongoing income to replace yours. It can also provide a timely emergency fund for medical, legal, and funeral costs, should family savings not be adequate to cover them.
If someone depends on you financially, chances are you need life insurance. Life insurance provides cash to your family after your death. This cash (known as the death benefit) replaces your income and can help your family meet many important financial needs like daily living expenses, mortgage payments and college savings. What's more, there is no federal income tax on life insurance benefits.
Most Americans need life insurance. To figure out if you need life insurance, you need to think through the worst-case scenario. If you died tomorrow, how would your loved ones fare financially? Would they have the money to pay for your final expenses (e.g., funeral costs, medical bills, taxes, debts, lawyer's fees, and etc.)? Would they be able to meet ongoing living expenses like the rent or mortgage, food, clothing, transportation costs, healthcare, etc? What about long-range financial goals? Without your contribution to the household, would your surviving spouse be able to save enough money to put the kids through college or retire comfortably?
The truth is, it's always a struggle when you lose someone you love. But your emotional struggles don't need to be compounded by financial difficulties. Life insurance helps make sure that the people you care about will be provided for financially, even if you're not there to care for them yourself.
Types of Florida Life Insurance
Term life insurance is one of the many types of life insurance available. In addition to specializing in term life insurance; Equiinsurance also specializes the following types of life insurance protection:
Whole Life Insurance
Florida Whole life insurance is a type of permanent life insurance. In which the coverage and the premiums remain the same your entire life. As long as your premium payments are made as agreed, your insurance coverage lasts throughout your life, and the death benefit is a guaranteed amount.
When you pay the premiums on a whole life policy, part of each payment accumulates as a cash value. The insurance company typically invests the cash value, which continues to grow tax deferred as long as the policy is in force. You can borrow against the cash value, but unpaid policy loans and interest will be subtracted from your death benefit. You may also access your cash value by surrendering or cancelling your policy. Dividends are also typically paid on whole life contracts and can be used to either increase the death benefit or reduce the premiums.
Univeral Life Insurance
Florida Universal Life Insurance is a flexible-premium, adjustable benefit life insurance policy that accumulates account value. The flexibility of this policy allows you to change the amount of insurance as your needs for insurance change. Universal life is similar in some ways to, and was developed from whole life insurance. The potential advantage of the universal life policy is in its flexibility and the potential for greater cash value growth during the insured's life.
Final Expense Life Insurance
Florida Final expense insurance, is sometimes known as burial insurance or funeral insurance. It is a life insurance policy with a low face value, usually between $5,000.00 and $25,000.00.
Most final expense policies are "whole life". This policy will cover you for life. They are guaranteed renewable (as long as you pay the premium). The premium is also guaranteed. The price will remain constant for the life of the policy. Most of these policies are "simplified issue" policies. This means that you are asked several medical questions, but you don't have to take a medical exam.
Term Life Insurance
Florida Term life insurance is life insurance which provides coverage for a limited period of time. After that period, the insured can either discontinue the policy or pay annually increasing premiums to continue the coverage. If the insured dies during the term, the death benefit will be paid to the beneficiary. Term insurance is often the most inexpensive way to purchase a substantial death benefit on a coverage amount per premium dollar basis.
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