Why Insurance Matters for Your Marriage


So, you planned the wedding.  You had the wedding.  You insured the wedding, and weathered the storm gracefully without worry.  That’s it, right?

Wedding planning can get to be stressful, so it’s nice to finally take a break.  But in all the details, it’s easy to get lost in the wedding cake and color scheme preferences, in tuxedo measurements and purchasing her ring. It isn’t any wonder so many engaged couples forget about some essential tasks to take care of for post-wedding ceremony.  So while you are thinking about how life is going to change after the wedding and making plans for financial provision, consider insurance and how it will protect all of the investments you’ve made and will continue to make through your life together.

Insurance is crucial for building a family.
Here are just a few things to think about pre-wedding that are just as important as all of the other marriage planning.
 

 
Lake Tahoe Geary Wedding
Photo by: John Engler
 
  •  Talk to an agent about Life Insurance to include your spouse

  • Update your Homeowner or Renters policy so that your new spouse can be merged into it                
  • Terminate any extra policies that will no longer be necessary after you are added to another policy
  • Consider integrating Health Insurance Policies (the rates may be better)
  • Ask about Multiple Vehicle Discounts so that you and your spouse can have one Auto Policy 
  •                
    Insure your valuable possessions, like those beautiful new wedding rings!

Don’t just enjoy building your new life together; enjoy the comfort of securing it.

 



   Posted by Melissa Caratachea                                           

 

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