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Robert Taurosa The Different Types of Insurance

The Different Types of Insurance

  My career, as well as this blog, is focused on life insurance and life settlements. However, I do not mind discussing different kinds of insurance and policies every now and again. I think it is crucial to inform everyone of the importance of insurance in general. We, as a collective society, must be well-informed […]

Robert Taurosa - Are Life Insurance Agents In Trouble?

Are Life Insurance Agents In Trouble?

Since the creation of the very first life insurance policy, mankind has needed human life insurance agents. Otherwise, who else would sell policies and lead and assist policy holders? And the life insurance industry has done well and managed to get by this way. Until now, that is. As technology continues to advance at staggering […]

Robert Taurosa - Keeping Health Care Simple: The Oscar Approach

Keeping Health Care Simple: The Oscar Approach

Health insurance, as many of us know, is one of this country’s top concerns. From doctor shortages to unaffordable policies to a lack of transparency in said policies, the health insurance industry is in need of some assistance. Oscar Health Insurance is looking to be that helping hand, focusing on simplicity and transparency.   Co-founded […]

Robert Taurosa, Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Raft

Life Insurance Saves Lives

Retirement. It’s a time some Americans look forward to from the beginning of their career and a time some Americans dread with overwhelming anxiety. Regardless of how you feel about it, it’s inevitable, and as such, we need to plan for it. Insurance is an integral part of preparing for retirement. Old age brings with […]

Robert Taurosa, Insurance, Millennial

Yes, Millennials, You do Need Insurance

Millennials have a lot on their plate. Higher unemployment rates, reduced salaries, and an unstable economy all shape their day-to-day, forcing them to devise clever budgets that go beyond just ‘stretching’ a dollar. However, no matter how difficult circumstances may be, life insurance is still a near necessity in the modern era. It is difficult […]

First Step of Retirement? How Long will you Live?

This article provides some excellent advice for those entering retirement. In order to ensure you have enough money to be comfortable in your later years, you should take a look. Engaging, conversational and informative, it says what needs to be said.

The Plain and Simple Point of Life Insurance

This well-written and engaging article provides a concise but comprehensive list of the various benefits life insurance poses. Even if you do not have any direct dependents, it is worth checking out. Just because you can’t predict the future doesn’t mean you can’t plan for it.

Old, Age, Robert Taurosa

Make Age Work for You

Picking the right life insurance plan is hard. Between whole term and term life, extravagant premiums, and seemingly nuanced differentiation between an endless variety of plans, it can be difficult (to say the least) to find what works for you. I understand. But did you know that you can actually use your age, or the […]

Reject, Life Insurance, Robert Taurosa

Why We Reject Life Insurance

While the benefits of life insurance are certainly well-documented and absolutely widely known, many American still manage to neglect it. In fact, astoundingly enough, more than 100,000,000 Americans have no life insurance protection. Apparently, according to a recent study completed by LIMRA, most Americans claim their chief financial concern is whether or not they will be […]

Life Insurance, Robert Taurosa,

Insurance is the Future. Not Life. Not Death. The Future.

One of the largest issues plaguing the life insurance industry today is quite simple: marketing. How do you market a product revolving around the one thing, well maybe not the one thing, but a thing, that no one wants to think about, death? Well, a recent commercial from New York Life attempts to do so […]

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