Term Life Insurance Vancouver, BC
Camlife Financial helps families and businesses with their financial planning, insurance, and investment needs. Term life insurance is the most affordable kind of life insurance; a large death benefit can be acquired at relatively little cost. Premiums are level for a fixed term at which point they increase. The coverage will eventually expire, usually at age 80 or 85. Term insurance is primarily used to pay off debts (especially a mortgage, refer below) and replace an income for dependents in the event of one’s premature demise. Businesses may also use term insurance to replace a key employee or buy out the estate of a deceased partner.
We believe that everyone’s situation is unique and we take the time to get to know our clients. Once we determine specific needs, we devise a plan and go to the market to see which insurer and/or investment company will be the best fit. Representing over a dozen insurance and investment companies, we have access to all the major carriers. We do not charge a fee for service but rather are compensated directly by the investment or insurance company.
Insurance Solutions we offer include: Life Insurance | Term Life Insurance | Creditor (Mortgage) Insurance | Life Insurance for New Immigrants | Non-medical Life Insurance | Manulife Vitality | Permanent Life Insurance | Term 100 - Permanent Life Insurance | Universal Life Insurance | Whole Life Insurance | Medical Underwriting | Living Benefits Insurance | Critical Illness Insurance | Disability Insurance | Life Insurance For Business Owners | Corporately Owned Life Insurance
Who needs life insurance?
Ask yourself this question: Would anyone you care about suffer financially in the event of your premature death? If you have dependant children, the answer is yes. If you have a spouse, the answer is probably.
Who does not need life insurance?
If you are single you probably do not need life insurance. Usually the death of a single/childless person does not leave anyone worse off financially. A single person with a mortgage may still NOT need life insurance as their family would still inherit equity in their property. Single people need to prioritize critical illness and disability insurance.
How much life insurance do I need?
The primary purpose of life insurance is to pay off debts (especially a mortgage) and replace income for dependants of the deceased. We do a needs analysis to determine how much money your family would need to maintain their standard of living in the event of your premature demise. A commonly used guideline for someone in their 30s is 20 times after-tax annual earnings.