Not All Life Insurance is the Same, Says Country Financial Agent Ben Olson

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Life insurance provides your family with money to pay debts, mortgages, funeral expenses, and more in the event of your passing. The two different types of life insurance policies, term and permanent, are tailored to each individual.

Local Country Financial Representative Ben Olson advises locking in your life insurance policy early:

“Many people dream about how their lives will change in the years to come,” Olson says. “Even though no one has a crystal ball to predict the future there are some things that are a real possibility, especially if you have a family – like weddings, college, and eventually retirement.

“Being prepared for these things can make a big difference, and protecting what you have today is important, too. Let’s get together to talk about your present needs and future plans!

For more information on a life insurance policy for you, contact Ben Olson at (309) 734-9403.

“Freezing for Food” interviews with Monmouth Police Chief Joe Switzer, Ben Olson of Country Financial, and The Grinch. (Recorded Thursday, December 2, 2021)

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