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Time to Review Your Policy

You should review your life insurance policy regularly to ensure that it still meets your needs and goals.

Here are some situations that may warrant a review of your life insurance policy:

  1. Major life events: If you experience major life changes such as getting married, having children, buying a new home, or changing jobs, you may need to update your life insurance policy to reflect your new circumstances.

  2. Changes in your health: If your health status changes significantly, you may need to review your life insurance policy to ensure that it still provides adequate coverage or to explore other options.

  3. Changes in your financial situation: If your income or assets increase or decrease significantly, you may need to adjust your life insurance coverage accordingly.

  4. Changes in your insurance needs: If you have new financial obligations or goals, such as paying for college tuition or starting a business, you may need to adjust your life insurance policy to ensure that it provides sufficient coverage.

  5. Changes in your policy terms: If your life insurance policy has adjustable premiums or other terms that can change over time, you should review it periodically to ensure that you are still comfortable with the terms.

  6. Expiration of term life insurance: If you have a term life insurance policy, it will expire after a certain period of time. You should review your policy before it expires to determine whether you need to renew or replace it.

  7. Changes in the insurance market: The insurance market is constantly changing, and there may be new products or options available that could better meet your needs. Reviewing your policy periodically can help you identify these opportunities and make informed decisions.

  8. Changes in beneficiaries: If your life circumstances change, such as a divorce or the birth of a child, you may need to update your beneficiaries. Reviewing your policy can help ensure that your loved ones will be taken care of in the event of your death.

  9. Changes in estate planning: If you have made changes to your estate plan, you may need to review your life insurance policy to ensure that it still aligns with your overall financial plan.

  10. Changes in tax laws: Tax laws can change over time, and these changes can affect the taxation of life insurance policies. Reviewing your policy can help ensure that you are aware of any tax implications and can plan accordingly.

Overall, it's important to review your life insurance policy regularly to ensure that it still meets your needs and goals. If you are unsure whether a review is necessary, consider scheduling a consultation with me to review your options.

Nicole Marques


647-670-2544












The information contained in these articles is for informational purposes only. The content of the article may contain errors or omissions for which Nicole Marques assumes no responsibility. Nicole Marques does not accept any responsibility for any special, direct, indirect, consequential, incidental, or any other damages arising out of or in connection with the information provided in this article. Nicole Marques reserves the right to make additions, deletions, or changes to the contents of the article at any time without notice.

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