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Life can be hard but buying life insurance doesn’t need to be. Life insurance is a compassionate way to financially protect the dreams of those you care about. EPB&B we will help you find the right plan that fits your family’s future.

How can I get life insurance?

Give us a call at (503)227-1771 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will start the process.  We just need a little information from you in order to provide a no-obligation life insurance quote.

Do I need life insurance?

Yes, especially If there are people in your life who depend on you financially.  However, no policy is one size fits all. Depending on your age, stage of life and circumstances, your needs may vary.

What does it cover?

In the event of your death, life insurance can be used to replace income, pay debt such as a mortgage or college loans, cover burial expenses and even allow you to leave a financial legacy to your favorite charity.  There are several types of life insurance, and at EPB&B our dedicated life insurance team will help customize a policy that is just right for you.

Anything else I should know?

It is important to be aware that life insurance becomes more expensive as your age, so the sooner you make the decision to secure your future, the more options and flexibility you will have.   

Disclaimer

Some policies are different from what's described here.  Be sure to read and understand your individual insurance policy or contact us with any questions you might have.

 

 Parni Myers

Parni Myers

EPBB Benefits Account Manager

  


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