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The global pandemic has forcibly made us realize the harsh reality that death happens in an instant. Whether you’re perfectly healthy or continue to observe the proper health protocols, COVID-19 can infect anyone at any given time.
The thought of leaving loved ones during times like these is terrifying. And because no one expected the pandemic to happen, it made us more conscious of the importance of being ready not just for what lies ahead, but for what the future may hold even when we are no longer around.
While it is true that we do not know what is to come—it could be another pandemic or a new adversity altogether—the best course of action is to prepare for the worst, which is a future for our family that doesn’t have us in it.
Preparing for a worry-free future
Since we now live in times of uncertainty, it’s important to safeguard our family’s financial security. We must take active measures to secure the hopes and dreams of those who matter most to us, and creating a legacy plan is one of the best ways to do this. AIA Philam Life’s AIA All-In-One can help you start your legacy planning, allowing you to be worry-free for your family’s future.
The plan can be paid in five or ten-year payment terms and is easy to build, giving beneficiaries immediate access to substantial life insurance benefits that are tax-free, which they are guaranteed to receive in full once the plan becomes active. The insurance benefit automatically doubles if an accident is the cause of death.
Medical emergencies are always a cause for financial concern. With AIA All-In-One, you have access to an emergency fund that can cover your living expenses, allowing you to focus on recovery and not on the expenses. The cash benefit it provides ensures you don’t need to touch your savings in case of an accident or critical illness such as cancer, heart attack, or stroke.
For many of us, love for family comes first. That love can be felt not just today but well into the future as they continue to live the life you want them to enjoy and the well-planned legacy you leave behind.
Editor’s Note: This article was provided by AIA Philam Life.