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Life Insurance Rates Comparison - Compare Quotes

  • Synopsis: Published: 2011-03-31 (Rev. 2011-07-05) - Insurance Agents find the best life insurance rates features and insurance comparison quotes. For further information pertaining to this article contact: InsuranceAgents.com.

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InsuranceAgents.com Launches New Life Insurance Rates Comparison Marketplace to Compare Quotes.

InsuranceAgents.com invites consumers to use the power of the Internet to find the best life insurance rates and features.

Shopping online for life insurance is the most effective way for buyers to find policies that best meet their needs and at competitive rates.

A simple online form lets shoppers enter their zip code and identify local agents. They can request life insurance rates from the agents of their choice, typically delivered by phone or email.

Access to a local agent gives consumers personal service and customized advice, building their confidence in a purchase that will ensure their family's security for years and even decades to come.

Life insurance is the foundation of a family's financial well-being. It allows survivors to maintain their lifestyles and fulfill educational and other life goals even after the loss of a family breadwinner.

When there is a death in the family, not only does the household lack the future income of the earner, but there may be additional expenses such as childcare, home maintenance and more. Death-related expenses alone can significantly impact family resources, with funeral costs averaging $10,000, notes Lev Barinskiy, president of InsuranceAgents.com.

Comparing life insurance rates can save consumers hundreds of dollars per year. So InsuranceAgents.com recommends that policy owners collect more than one proposal when first buying insurance, asking multiple agents to vie for their business. Then by comparing life insurance rates annually, buyers may find different policies that meet changing insurance needs and save them money.

For consumers who want to educate themselves about how life insurance works and compare different types of policies, the InsuranceAgents.com Knowledge Center is a popular resource that makes it easy for people to gather and understand the facts.

With the decision to investigate life insurance rates and policies, consumers set out on a buying decision that may seem challenging and even intimidating. However, the personal service of insurance agents, backed up by the Knowledge Center, gives consumers confidence in decisions that benefit their families.

About InsuranceAgents.com -

InsuranceAgents.com helps consumers make informed life-insurance decisions by facilitating the comparison of life insurance rates and offering ready access to helpful expert articles.

InsuranceAgents.com was ranked the 24th fastest-growing company in the U.S. by Inc Magazine in 2009. It serves thousands of agents nationwide. The company started in 2004 when Lev Barinskiy and Seth Kravitz started a small Internet lead business in Lev's basement and has grown exponentially since. Website: www.insuranceagents.com/life-insurance/

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