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National Stroke Awareness Month

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About 780,000 Americans will have a stroke this year – that’s someone every 40 seconds, and we are bringing attention to how you can prepare for life events during National Stroke Awareness Month.  May is also Critical Care Awareness Month.

We live over 30 years longer than we did a century ago. The longer we live, the more chance that we may get a critical illness.  With medical technology, there is more chance that we will survive it.  The financial situation that follows can be expensive and could impact our quality and standard of living.
If you cannot put away a year or two of your gross monthly income to meet the cost of your indirect expenses fast enough, you can sow into multiplication with critical illness insurance.  There is a high cost of waiting so lock in rates today while they are affordable. $1/day is not going to change anyone's lifestyle, but can leverage quite a value that would help someone maintain their lifestyle if someone gets critically ill.

Why take the chance of being so devastated when you can prepare for what we mayvery well anticipate? Situations can get out of control if we do not control them when we can. You can make provision so that you have what you need to protect your financial security and have more of what you need when the time comes.
The giver of life did not come justthat we might bear forth much fruit, but that our fruit shall remain and thatwe might have a more abundant life. The same way we prevent the “bulge” in our bodies, critical illness policy helps us stay in alignment for our financial plan.  Life rewards those who take action.
Set your appointment with me today. Let’s discuss how you can decide to secure your path to better health and wealth: 832.356.7226.