Updating Your Life Insurance Beneficiaries

life insurance beneficiariesIt is very important to keep your life insurance policy up to date and that includes updating your life insurance beneficiaries.

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When to update your life insurance beneficiaries

Brad Cummins May 12, 2016

Certainly, a big part of putting together any life insurance plan is choosing who the beneficiary will be. Depending on the purpose of the policy, that person or entity could be a spouse, child, business partner or charitable organization, just to name a few.

And when we set up our life insurance plans, just like any other type of financial planning situation, we don’t do it in a vacuum. In other words, it happens during just one point in time — and as we all know well, life continuously goes on.

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How Mobile Technology Can Help The Insurance Industry?

<a class='interlink' href='http://insuranceallabout.com/insurance-will-always-stay-insurance/'><a class='interlink' href='http://insuranceallabout.com/insurance-will-always-stay-insurance/'>insurance industry</a></a>Technology development seems to have no limits but, how mobile technology can help the insurance industry to overcome cost and security challenges?

With the time, the technological innovation is at its peak, and mobile devices are no exception.

Mobile devices have now transformed into the invincible machines, having an extensive memory with faster core processors, large display screen, modern location tracking system.

All these features are sufficient to turn a simple phone into a multitasking device while unlocking the mobile applications’ market potential.

The increasing capabilities of smart phones have open up the new inlets to various industries that ranges from medical to insurance to agriculture.

Over a decade, Insurance industry has grown at a compounded growth, but still there are several issues obstructing the expansion of the sector.

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