Children Life Insurance And The Need to Purchase A Policy Early On In Life

There are some circumstances where there is no question that you need to

have life insurance for a child. What if they actually are the primary

breadwinner in the family?

Online PR News – 26-August-2010 – – Miami, FL - Lifeinsurance.org Resource and Information Center today

reported the need for parents to acquire children life insurance. Looking

down on your bouncing little bundle of joy, the last thing you ever want to

think about is - do I need to have life insurance for my child? As

unpleasant a thought as it may be, the truth is tragedies do happen to

children, and our job as parents in all things regarding our families is to

hope for the best, but be prepared for the worst.

Be it homeowners, flood or auto insurance that kind of "being preparedness"

is the very purpose of any kind of insurance - and life insurance for your

child is one of those better to have it and never ever need it kind of

things, then to need it, and not have it. 

There are some circumstances where there is no question that you need to

have life insurance for a child. What if they actually are the primary

breadwinner in the family? If you are the parent of a working child in

movies, TV or the like - then absolutely you need life insurance on that

child. But even for those of us who are not the Mom or Dad to the next

Hannah Montana - it still could make sense to have life insurance for your

child. Here are a few good reasons why:

* By buying a life insurance policy for your child now - when they

are young and healthy you lock in low rates for future premiums, and insure

that they will not be without life insurance should they experience some

health problems later in life.
* Purchasing a Whole Life Insurance policy now, becomes a perennial

investment for your child, one that will eventually pay for itself.
* In the event of the tragic loss of a child, at least you will

know funeral and burial costs will be taken care of 

As an alternative to buying a separate life insurance policy for a child,

if you have a current life insurance policy you may be able to add you

child as rider to that policy. Such riders are most often applicable only

until the child reaches a certain age, usually 21.

As a parent, certainly considering life insurance for a child is a

sensitive matter, but as with all types of insurance it bears looking into,

and knowing your options.

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