Create a Fund For Your Family

Life Insurance is a method for handling financial risk in the event of death.  Instead of trying to amass a sizable emergency fund—a task that may be difficult to achieve—life insurance can help create a fund for your family in the event of your death.  Life insurance proceeds may be used to help pay off a mortgage, fund a child’s education, cover estate tax liabilities, or to replace lost income.

Certain life events often trigger the need to purchase life insurance.  If you already own a policy, be sure to reevaluate your coverage on a regular basis, as well as when you reach one of life’s milestones, to ensure it continues to meet your needs.  Regardless of your stage in life, life insurance offers a variety of ways to address your financial concerns.  We can ensure that your life insurance strategies are in line with your goals for yourself, your family, and your business.  Speak to one of our Advisors today to get started on protecting the things that matter most.

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Securities and insurance offered through LPL or it’s affiliates are:

Not Insured by NCUA or Any Other Government Agency

Not Credit Union Guaranteed

Not Credit Union Deposits or Obligations

May Lose Value

Securities and advisory services are offered through LPL Financial (LPL), a registered investment advisor and broker-dealer (member FINRA/SIPC). Insurance products are offered through LPL or its licensed affiliates. East Idaho Credit Union and East Idaho Wealth Management are not registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor. Registered representatives of LPL offer products and services using East Idaho Wealth Management, and may also be employees of East Idaho Credit Union. These products and services are being offered through LPL or its affiliates, which are separate entities from, and not affiliates of, East Idaho Credit Union or East Idaho Wealth Management.

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