Permanent life insurance is our signature product. It provides money to your family when you die, and builds cash value while you live. It’s guaranteed. It’s secure. It’s dynamic.
Permanent life insurance is a great way to provide security for your family. It may be an ideal solution for people who are interested in:
Term life insurance provides affordable protection to your loved ones for temporary needs. It’s simple and straightforward.
Knights of Columbus term life insurance may be an ideal solution for people with time-bound financial obligations who are interested in:
An annuity is a retirement savings product. You make contributions, and, after a specified amount of time, the annuity pays you a regular income stream.
There are few financial matters we give more thought and attention to than our retirement. Everyone thinks about it. Everyone needs it.
Retirement annuities help you ensure that you have enough money to live on in retirement.
But retirement income can be a difficult thing to calculate, especially with a changing landscape of federal and employee-provided benefits. With a properly structured retirement annuity from the Knights of Columbus, you can have retirement income that you cannot outlive, guaranteed.
Retirement annuities provide security and peace of mind that people of all ages and financial circumstances can benefit from.More...
Long-term care insurance helps you pay for your extended medical needs in a nursing home facility or in the comfort of your own home.
Long-term care insurance should be an important part of every family’s planning. While we’d like to think that we will never need long-term care, or that we could easily afford it the statistics suggest otherwise:
Disability income insurance helps replace lost income when you are unable to work due to a disability resulting from an illness or accident.
Disability income insurance helps protect your most important financial asset – your paycheck – so it should be an important part of every family’s planning. Long-term disability is much more common than other unfortunate circumstances that are commonly covered by insurance. Consider the fact that you face a 1 in 100 risk of losing your home to a fire, but a 1 in 4 risk of suffering a long-term disability.
Despite the odds and the prevalence of long-term disability – nearly 11 million Americans are receiving federal disability benefits – more than 100 million Americans are without private disability income insurance. In addition, any disability income insurance you may have through your employer may very well be insufficient or contingent on certain circumstances (like worker’s compensation).More...