Life Insurance became a reality for me on the day I moved out of my parents' home, and my husband and I bought our first home! This was my first "a-ha" moment when I realized what I do impacts someone else's life. The second time I got this feeling was when my daughter was born.
As I was holding her and looking at her being dependent on me for everything, I felt scared and started to think of things like "what if something happens to me, God forbid is she in good hands." This is when I started to realize that I needed to make sure I do what I can to create the best options for our children because we cannot predict what the future holds.
During these life changing moments is when many of us start to think about "what if". I think it is important that we become serious about what will happen to our children's lives after us, and make sure that they are covered and have a simple and affordable way to protect their standard of living, God forbid something unforeseen happens.
By answering a few questions on an online application at Manulife Cover Me that took couple of minutes, I was able to see how much it costs me per month depending on the coverage amount I choose. I like that we can estimate the amount without consulting anyone and without doing a medical examination. Simply by answering a few yes or no questions we can figure out how much we can leave behind to make sure our loved ones get money to pay for ongoing expenses. This web based application lets anyone between the age of 18 to 55 to see how much it will cost them per month to get life insurance for up to $250,000 instant coverage. Check the Manulife site to read the plan features and what is covered.
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