What Happens If People Quit Smoking And Purchase Elderly Life Insurance?
Online Insurance Marketplace (http://www.onlineinsurancemarketplace.com), announces new blog, “What Happens If I Quit Smoking And Purchase Elderly Life Insurance?”
(PRWEB) September 18, 2013
People can obtain whole life or term life insurance for the elderly, but with considerable financial sacrifices.
Nevertheless, if they quit smoking, they will obtain in time many benefits. The article on the website will provide readers more info about what happens if they quit smoking and purchase elderly life insurance.
A usual question on the application questionnaire or online quote is related to the use of nicotine or tobacco. There are companies that classifies a client as a smoker, no matter if he or she is a regular smoker or an occasional smoker.
Being a smoker automatically means that a client will need to pay more for premiums.
If one wants to smoke and still have insurance, one should think about purchasing term life insurance for seniors. In this way, one decides for how long will the coverage last.
Moreover, if one thinks to quit smoking, one will be able to renegotiate terms after the contract expires.
In conclusion, if people quit smoking, they will not only be healthier, but they will also have some financial benefits in terms of obtaining insurance.
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