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If you weren’t here, who would it impact and how? Thoughts from Cy Financial

SPONSORED • Published: Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014 9:25 a.m. CST • Updated: Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014 11:30 a.m. CST
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History is filled with stories of people who have made a huge difference to their families, churches, universities and other charitable causes.  History is also filled with tragedies of families who were left with nothing, or even worse, left with huge debts after the “breadwinner” dies. 

There is a financial instrument that offers tremendous leverage, one that can magically create a very large monetary estate with a small amount of money – money that can help support a surviving family, buy-out a business, take care of a favorite grandchild or go to a well-deserving charity.  Of course, I’m talking about Life Insurance.  Life Insurance is the only financial product of its kind that can literally create a multi-million dollar estate out of thin air!   A person could make a single premium payment and shortly there after lose their life in an automobile accident and the family could receive a multi-million dollar death benefit.  

Think for a moment about your death.  Who would do all the things you do every day?  What would happen if your paycheck, pension or Social Security checks stopped?  Who would handle the finances, mow the lawn, or take care of your children or elderly parents?  Are there loved ones in your life for whom you would want to do something special? What do you want that money to do? 

Remember, you cannot take it with you.  It ALL stays here!  First – get a handle on what you own.  Second – decide upon who should get what and when. Then let us help you put a plan together to have your money do the things you want it to do when you die.  Put our S.W.A.N. Technique to work on your behalf and we’ll help you too, Sleep Well At Night.

Cy Financial | Toll-Free 844.322.3500 | www.cyfinancial.com

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