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Embrace Life at American Income Life!

There is no denying everyone needs life insurance. Regardless of age, employment, or marriage and family status, everyone needs final expense coverage. Add to that the need for families to pay mortgages, utilities, and educational or medical expenses, and the reasons to buy life insurance increase dramatically. If a breadwinner dies, his or her family needs financial support to meet its various obligations. Even the death of a dependent generally entails unexpected medical expenses and other final expenses.

Since no one can predict the future, it makes sense for everyone to prepare for the unexpected by purchasing a life insurance policy to help protect their families. Then why are millions of Americans uninsured or underinsured?

According to LIMRA (Life Insurance and Market Research Association), many underinsured Americans believe life insurance is too expensive, lack sufficient knowledge on the topic, or are reluctant to initiate buying. Also, a vast number of households say they have never been approached to buy life insurance.  But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Affordable whole life and term life policies are available through companies like American Income Life. No matter what your stage of life, what better gift can you give to those you love than the gift of a life insurance policy? It may not be glamorous, shiny, pretty, or high tech, but it can help to financially protect your loved ones in the event of tragedy — and that trumps the hottest new gadget every time!

American Income Life SGA Supporting Workers Rights

American Income Life supports workers rightsJim Surace is a State General Agent for American Income Life in Ohio and one of the leading partners of the Surace-Smith Agencies. When Issue 2 came up on the polls, Jim wrote a letter addressing his opinion about the issue, and submitted it to a newspaper for publication. In his letter, Jim informed the public on the unfairness Issue 2 would bring to the working people. Issue 2 would have limited the worker’s rights at work, as well as their income.

For those who are not familiar with Issue 2, it was a plan made by Ohio Governor John Kasich in favor of restricting bargaining rights for unionized government workers.

Like American Income Life, Jim Surace is a supporter of unions and the right to a fair workplace; which is why Jim made sure he contributed to inform the public of the issue. He, along with union supporters and activists, showed up and voted ‘no’ to Issue 2. In a record breaking turnout since the early 90s, 46 percent of the Ohio population showed up to vote and 60 percent voted ‘no’ to Issue 2.

Read more on Jim’s letter on Issue 2 on the official American Income Life company blog!