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4 things you should know about life insurance for children.

4 things you should know about life insurance for children.

Whether you have children or a little one on the way, you know how confusing and unpredictable parenthood can be. While you can’t protect your kids from every bump, bruise, sniffle or sore throat, you can take steps to protect their financial future. Setting up life...
5 life insurance tips from an expert.

5 life insurance tips from an expert.

Life insurance is something everyone needs, but not everyone has. Maybe you’re young and healthy and don’t see the need for it. Maybe you’re tight on finances and think you can’t afford a policy. Maybe you just don’t know where to start. We’ve gathered five life...
7 things that cost more than life insurance.

7 things that cost more than life insurance.

If you’ve put off getting life insurance coverage, chances are good that money was one of the reasons. With all the tangible things you need to spend money on (food, shelter, transportation), it’s hard to get enthusiastic about making room in your budget for life...
3 life insurance beneficiaries you may not have considered.

3 life insurance beneficiaries you may not have considered.

At Frankenmuth Insurance, we know death is an uncomfortable topic to talk about. But we also know how important it is to be prepared. Too often, we see someone’s absence take an emotional toll – and a financial one. In a time when people should be grieving the loss of...
6 reasons to increase your life insurance.

6 reasons to increase your life insurance.

If you have a life insurance policy in place, you have the peace of mind that can only come from one thing. And that’s knowing your loved ones are protected. However, there are certain life events that call for more coverage – or at least the consideration of it. See...
5 reasons you’ll still want life insurance when you retire.

5 reasons you’ll still want life insurance when you retire.

You’re retired, or you’re getting ready to retire. You have a nest egg of retirement savings, social security checks coming in, and maybe even a pension. Your kids flew the coop years ago and can support themselves (congratulations). Why would you want life insurance...