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Choosing to invest in life insurance is a decision many people gravitate towards after they accrue a large amount of debt, get married, or, what seems to be the most common motivator, have children. However, while it would be nice to think that all life insurance premiums are equal for those who want to invest in a policy, that’s simply not the case. There are many factors that help insurance advisers determine what a premium will be on a case-by-case basis, and it’s good to inform yourself of what lifestyle habits and health issues you have that might make your premiums higher. Knowing what to expect makes investing in a life insurance policy much easier to plan for, and if you’re about to apply for your first one, here are a few factors that can make your premiums rise.
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You were born for a very specific reason! Everything that exists has a purpose. My laptop has a purpose, my car has a purpose, my socks have a purpose, my dog “Bananas” has a purpose, and more importantly you have a purpose.
You came to planet Earth to accomplish a specific mission. Maybe it’s to entertain, or to inspire, or to be an amazing parent, or to act, or to cook, or to paint, or to lead a country, or any other thing, but you came here for a specific reason. It would be an insult to your creator for you to leave this planet without fulfilling that mission.
Don’t settle for a life of quiet desperation, when you were born for greatness. Don’t live among the chickens, when your birthright is to soar like an eagle.
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This parable is told of a farmer who owned an old mule. The mule fell into the farmer’s well. The farmer heard the mule praying or whatever mules do when they fall into wells. After carefully assessing the situation, the farmer sympathized with the mule, but decided that neither the mule nor the well was worth the trouble of saving. Instead, he called his neighbors together, told them what had happened, and enlisted them to help haul dirt to bury the old mule in the well and put him out of his misery.
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When it comes to retirement, there is a lot of talk about saving enough money to continue your lifestyle after you retire. What isn’t often talked about is how much some basic needs will cost you in retirement, such as health care. Did you know that a 65-year-old couple that retired in 2012 need about $240,000 to cover medical expenses throughout retirement, according to Fidelity Investments (“2012 Retiree Health Care Costs Estimate”). And that’s a 50% increase from the $160,000 first estimated for those retiring at age 65 in 2002.
" Notice that now a days we have been blind by our daily work that slowly make us unconscious about our believing that can keep us going on. "photo courtesy of daytobeyou.com
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There may be days when you get up in the morning and things aren’t the way you had hoped they would be.
That’s when you have to tell yourself that things will get better. There are times when people disappoint you and let you down.
But those are the times when you must remind yourself to trust your own judgments and opinions, to keep your life focused on believing in yourself.
Another story I have read and it kinds of a moral lesson that everyone have forgotten the rules of be kind first and you will get it later.photo courtesy of www.timeslive.co.za
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One day a man saw an old lady, stranded on the side of the road, but even in the dim light of day, he could see she needed help. So he pulled up in front of her Mercedes and got out. His Pontiac was still sputtering when he approached her.
Even with the smile on his face, she was worried. No one had stopped to help for the last hour or so. Was he going to hurt her? He didn’t look safe; he looked poor and hungry. He could see that she was frightened, standing out there in the cold. He knew how she felt. It was those chills which only fear can put in you. He said, “I’m here to help you, ma’am. Why don’t you wait in the car where it’s warm? By the way, my name is Bryan Anderson.”
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Father was a hardworking man who delivered bread as a living to support his wife and three children. He spent all his evenings after work attending classes, hoping to improve himself so that he could one day find a better paying job. Except for Sundays, Father hardly ate a meal together with his family. He worked and studied very hard because he wanted to provide his family with the best money could buy.
Whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.
Hi I am Yen Wei Nee
I have been in insurance industry for 17 years and would like to share here with you my experience and information that is now changing our lives.