Help Protect Your Financial Future at American Income Life

Family security is American Income Life's number one priority

Family security is American Income Life’s number one priority

Life is uncertain, so we want to live every day with enthusiasm and energy. But that’s not always easy for a cancer patient. The disease itself, chemotherapy, and radiation often leave a patient mentally and physically drained. If the patient can’t work during treatment, there may be the added worry about how to pay the bills.

According to the American Cancer Society:

– Approximately one in two men and one in three women will get cancer in their lifetime.
– 65 percent of cancer-related expenses are not covered by regular health insurance.

People think of cancer-related expenses as the costs for CT scans, PET scans, blood tests, chemotherapy, radiation, etc. But those are just part of the costs of cancer. How will you pay for travel, meals, and lodging if you need to seek treatment at a facility far from home? How will you cover the mortgage, utilities, groceries, car payments, etc., if you are unable to work? A cancer policy can help to ease those financial concerns.

Most American Income Life cancer plans are designed to pay a lump sum cash payment for the first written diagnosis of cancer. Generally, benefit options range from $10,000 to $50,000. Benefits are paid directly to you with no restrictions on how you spend the money and are paid in addition to any other insurance you have.  Pay bills or take a much-needed vacation. It’s up to you!

If you agree it’s time to protect yourself and the ones you love from the financial effects of this dreaded disease, American Income Life can help.

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