Jim Allen is a third-generation Georgian and has been practicing since 1980. Jim works with business owners, professionals, and individuals in the areas of Risk Management, Retirement Planning, Wealth Transfer and Estate Planning Strategies. Jim’s services and products also include IRA’s, SEPs, Mutual Funds, 401k Plans, Buy/Sell Agreements, Key Person, Long Term Care and other related products. He […]
What if this had been your family?
Bill Hobson led a very active life, so it was shocking when Lou Gehrig’s disease robbed him of his muscle function. His wife, Connie, and their three girls cared for him until he died from the disease. Bill’s greatest wish was for his family to be able to go on […]
Real Life Story: Boomer Esiason
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Life Insurance Needs Calculator
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So, how much life insurance do you need? Well, the answer isn’t really how much life insurance you need… it’s how much investment capital your family will need at the time of your death. Their need for capital — on a gross basis — is really a function of two […]
Boomer Esiason is the spokesperson for Life Insurance Awareness Month
For 14 years, Julius “Boomer” Esiason set the gridiron on fire as a quarterback for the NFL, playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals. Now he puts his talents to work in broadcasting, as a TV sports commentator and as cohost of […]
A record-setting NFL quarterback, and now a seasoned radio and TV broadcaster—that’s how most people know Boomer Esiason, spokesperson for Life Insurance Awareness Month 2013. But before his fame on and off the gridiron came a tough road for Boomer and his family.
When he was just 7, Boomer’s mother, Irene, who was 37, died of cancer. That left […]
It’s not calculus or trigonometry, but when estimating the life insurance needs for your family, it’s worth it to take a few minutes to work through these five important calculations before purchasing life insurance:
1. How much income may need to be replaced?
How much of the family income do you provide? What would the approximate death […]