Life Insurance Expert Exposes Trick to Acquiring More Life Insurance in Later Years Without Health Questions or a Lab Exam

The founder of YourLifeSolution.com, is today publishing a breakthrough strategy which allows consumers to increase their life insurance death benefit at will without being subject to underwriting criteria.

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(PRWEB) September 05, 2014

YourLifeSolution.com, a website which reveals the life insurance quotes of competing life insurance carriers, is today publishing a strategy which offers life insurance policyholders the ability to purchase life insurance at an initially competitive rate but with the added ability to increase the death benefit later by simply increasing their contributions. "In a nutshell, this strategy simply involves buying a flexible universal life insurance policy in lieu of a term policy. For younger and healthier applicants there isn't a significant difference in cost between them, but the ability to increase the death benefit later by simply paying 2,3,5,10 times the initial planned premium and having the death benefit grow in the following years is a massive advantage. Just because you only need $200,000 of life insurance now does not mean you won't someday need or want significantly more. If you rely on simply reapplying later, you're taking the significant risk of being at a far higher risk or possibly becoming uninsurable", said Eric Smith, the founder of YourLifeSolution.com.

Consumers who want to find out more about a flexible universal life insurance policy as a means to generate tax-free retirement income, grow a larger tax-free legacy, or simply protect one's family, are encouraged to contact Eric Smith via the contact form here, or by calling 888.374.2764:
http://yourlifesolution.com/lifeinsurancequotes/contact-yourlifesolution-com/

Consumers interested in viewing their own permanent of term life insurance quotes are urged to visit YourLifeSolution.com. Information can also be obtained by phone at 888.374.2764.


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