Life insurance risk factors and underwriting vary from company to company, but they all look at the same thing: you, your history, and your lifestyle.
A silly (and controversial) rant comparing the film and the book. This is not for the faint of heart!
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You may be wondering why is it that Bestow doesn’t require medical exams when traditional life insurance companies do. The short answer: big data and technology.
But, we also understand that you want to know more about us (#flattered). So, without further ado, here’s our long answer.
Millennials get blamed for a lot of things, like the bankruptcy of their parents’ favorite chain restaurant and their go-to department store. But 20-somethings and 30-somethings aren’t destroying industries, they’re improving them.
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People choose careers in healthcare for a variety of reasons, from earning money to saving lives. But what’s a career if you can’t land a job?
The first life insurance company in the U.S. was founded in 1706. So why did it take nearly another 200 years before women could buy their own life insurance policies?
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” –Mahatma Gandhi
Whether you make donations to your favorite charity or volunteer your time at a local pet shelter, there’s no denying that the act of giving is beneficial to those in the receiving end. But it’s also great for the giver. And we’re not just talking about warm, fuzzy feelings. There are scientifically-proven positive side effects, too. It turns out that having a purpose is good for your health in sever...
Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman, and Clark Howard: Life Insurance Advice From Our Favorite Financial Experts
What do Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman, and Clark Howard all have in common? They all recommend term life insurance.
I never intended to be a job hopper. I just couldn’t find the right job for me.
I was the first in my family to graduate from college. They didn’t mind that I pursued a film degree or that I lacked real-world skills. They weren’t concerned about my chosen path at all. They were just happy to watch me walk across the stage and get my diploma.
During and after college I did work in the film industry, but the long hours and low pay quickly led to burnout. With no other marketable skills or knowl...