Life Insurance

Forbes calls life insurance “one of the pillars of personal finance, deserving of consideration by every household.” We agree.

Unfortunately, this vital form of insurance is underused -- likely because it is associated with the end of a life.

But life insurance truly is for the living. It replaces lost wages and lessens financial burdens for people who are dealing with a loss.

Funeral expenses, debts and mortgages, retirement funds, tuition, going back to work or remaining a stay-at-home caregiver -- life insurance can be a difference maker in the financial quality of life for survivors. Fortify Group agents will walk you through the details of life insurance and what it can mean, and perhaps point out uses one may not have considered:

  • Business partners may want life insurance to keep their business running if one partner passes away.
  • New college grads may need life insurance to cover their student loan debt in the event of their death.
  • Parents are advised to have a small life insurance amount on their children for unforeseen, final expenses. 

Don't sweat life insurance. Think of it as Plan Z - the last one you ever want to need, but necessary none-the-less.

Give this Trusted Choice article a read. It explains the process and its terms in a fun, no-worries way:

Jeff and Sally Row in their shop
It's nice to get guidance from people you know and can have a conversation with.
Jeff Row
The Hejny Family
Personal service is huge to us. We like to stay connected to people. With Fortify we feel less like clients and more like extended family.
Terry & Pam Hejny
Tiffany W. is pictured at work with a brick stone background. She gave Fortify Group testimonial comment.
Saved me almost $75 per month!! Definitely worth a quote!
Tiffany W.
Jen Griifith is pictured by the brick front pillars of the Shickley Community Center, where she works as the village clerk. She has long, dark hair and is wearing a pink blouse.
“Everyone has their forte in life. Insurance is not mine. I wanted to find someone I could trust...It was easy to trust Joe and Roxie and I was comfortable asking them questions.” Jen Griffith
Jen Griffith
Brett Beavers, owner of Beavers Dairy, is seated in his office. A image of a Holstein cow is pictured on the cabinet behind him.
Comprehensive insurance is so important. When you do something of this scale, managing risk is key. If you are laying everything on the line you have to consider every scenario.
Brett Beavers of Beavers Dairy