Because bereavement sucks. Bereavement plus financial insecurity is just that much… suckier.
Seriously, though, we’re not even sure you do need life insurance. But if you are a grown up with a significant other or kids who depend on you financially, you probably need life insurance. Especially if you have debt or a mortgage that will become your loved ones’ responsibility.
While you are alive and doing your thing, you are producing income for these fine folks. In the event you were to leave the land of the living, the tax-free chunk of cash you arrange through insurance takes over to provide for them.
Our life insurance calculator can help with that. It is more art than science, but here are some things to consider:
- How much debt do you have (hey, no judgement)? Would you like to have all your debt retired when you pass away?
- How much income will your dependents need?
- Are there special expenses that your loved ones may incur at a later time, such as university tuition?
Fill in the blanks in our calculator and our robotic advisors consider for about a nanosecond - and then offer their recommendation.
Do you hate dealing with commissioned salespeople? Hate waiting for weeks or months? Hate filling out dreary applications that won’t seem to end? If you answered “Yes” to any of these, then Peach Life is definitely for you. We’re 100% online, and quick and easy to use. Not to mention, we’ll be by your side every step of the way just in case you have any questions.
There are a couple reasons!
First of all, life insurance is morbid. It’s what we do, and it’s super-important, but it does involve contemplating your untimely demise. So between ‘Peach Life’ and ‘planforyouruntimelydeath.com’, the choice for us was easy.
Also, did you know that according to Chinese mythology, peaches are a symbol of immortality, or the wish of a long and healthy life? We can’t bestow immortality on anyone, but we do have another super-power: we provide economic immortality to our customers and their families. So in the event that you pass away, the financial benefits for your loved ones live on. We think that’s pretty sweet! :)