Would you like a $10,000 insurance policy at no cost to you?
My friends at Harmonic have partnered with Making Sense of Cents, and they would like to give you a $10,000 accidental death insurance policy to encourage you to build your own personal safety net.
I even signed up myself!
Why is it at no cost to you?
They are simply looking to get more people to know about Harmonic, and are giving this away to introduce people to them. I share lots of free things on Making Sense of Cents – this is simply just another item that I’ve negotiated for my readers. You have to be a U.S. citizen, though, to sign up.
Here’s how Harmonic’s CEO, Andrew Drake, describes it: “We’ve started a community for people who want to live well in retirement and bounce back from diseases, accidents or other unexpected curve balls that life throws at us. We call this building your family’s Safety Net. Harmonic members will build their own and we will help where we can.”
Harmonic thinks readers of Making Sense of Cents are a great candidate for the Harmonic community because you are already showing interest in taking control of your future by reading my blog.
You can click here to sign up to claim your policy today! It takes less than 5 minutes.
Here are answers to some questions that you may have.
Can you have more than one insurance policy?
If you already have life insurance, you can still sign up for this.
You can hold more than one insurance policy.
This policy is slightly different in that it covers you in case you die in an accident – such as a car crash. Accident is the number one cause of death for people ages 1-44, according to the folks in our government that track that sort of data.
If you already have life insurance provided by your employer, you can sign up for this as well – it’s just a little extra and can help you and/or your family a lot.
If you don’t have life insurance, then I highly recommend that you sign up for this, as it doesn’t cost you anything.
Who needs life insurance?
Since this $10,000 accidental death insurance policy is at no cost to you, I recommend that EVERYONE get it. Whether you are single, have a family, have a dog, etc., it’s a no-brainer because this won’t cost you anything.
Around half of the people in the U.S. do not have life insurance.
Many people just accept whatever life insurance benefit their employer provides, which is usually a low amount, if any. But, if you really want to get the most out of life insurance and help your family, you will need more coverage than just what your employer provides.
So, what is life insurance?
Life insurance is basically money for your family if you pass away. And, if you are the sole or primary earner in your family, then there are a lot of people who rely on you financially. It is money that can be used to pay for funeral expenses, the day-to-day bills, pay off debt, etc.
Think about it like this: If you were to die tomorrow, how would your family be able to cover the bills?
That is the biggest reason for why you need life insurance.
The main reason most people get life insurance is because it can help your loved ones and anyone who depends on you. This way they can still pay the bills and grieve without having to worry about money. There are many more reasons to get life insurance though!
Do you have life insurance? Why or why not? Did you sign up for this $10,000 accidental death insurance policy?