Death may be sudden, but it is never timely, in our experience. The physician who is too busy or preoccupied to get his affairs in order, leaves his family a legacy of confusion and frustration upon his untimely death. Inflicting this needless grief on heirs who are dependent upon you for their livelihood can obscure the hard work and sacrifices you make during your lifetime to provide for the family’s well-being.
The problem for most physicians, however, is that life insurance seems to be so darn complicated. Term insurance or whole life? Guaranteed premiums vs. non-guaranteed premiums? Adjustable life or variable life?
James D. Yurman can help develop a comprehensive needs assessment, and recommend cost-effective life insurance solutions. Everything from meeting daily household expenses to educating dependent children can be provided for through this two-step strategic process:
- Determine how much insurance you need.
- Determine what type of insurance best fits your needs.
Contact James D Yurman for further recommendations about how to solve your capital needs.