Grandmother's legacy

Updated: Jul 4

Written by Mark Roberts of W.H. Steiner

Thoughts of giving are ever on the minds of most people at various times or for special occasions during the year. Children are most excited about receiving all manner of gifts. Parents and grandparents show their love for children usually by giving toys, clothes and more. However, you can give the gift that keeps on giving. Just about everyone wants to improve their financial situation.

That can mean making more money, saving more money, or investing money to eventually have a good retirement to avoid bankruptcy or outliving their money. Imaging helping your kids or grandkids become financially independent in their later years. Providing protection for your children or grandchildren can set them up for life. Plus, the gift won’t wear out, get lost or get broken. Juvenile life insurance policies are usually approved within a few days for most children under the age of 17 with the ability to guarantee lifetime insurability. Gifting a life policy to your child or grandchild is a huge way to say “I love You” by providing a lifetime gift. Market Protection Insurance will be with them every step of their life.


The cost is much less than you might think, and it’s a way to show how much you care for them. One major factor in calculating life insurance costs is age. Rates are lower the younger you are. It makes sense to get coverage when you are young. Typically children are much healthier than older adults. There is a greater risk of developing a chronic health issue, including diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, as you age. Additionally, the living benefits of this type of gift far outweigh what most people think of this type of product. Contact me soon, and I can share this good news with you. I would love to help your family and your children or grandchildren have one of the best gifts of for life.


If you are wanting to learn more, you can visit the website link below. https://www.whsteiner.com/ or request appointment below.


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