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It's hard to imagine the unthinkable, but those who have loved ones relying on them for support (especially financial support) should consider what could happen in the event of their death. For many, those loved ones would face a loss of income and a lot of bills. What if you could take steps, today, to help avoid this type of situation?

Term life insurance is an effective way to offset some of the financial burden that an unexpected death can place on families and beneficiaries. "Term" life insurance simply means that you receive a predetermined level of coverage for a specified length of time, or "term." Why could you benefit from this type of insurance? Should the unthinkable occur within the term, the policy would pay beneficiaries the set amount of money that they could use for a variety of expenses. These costs could range from coverage of some funeral expenses to accounting for a loss of income. Thankfully, this kind of coverage could be the boost that your dependents need to make it through a difficult time.

Wondering where to get term life insurance? Apply for an individual policy at your Clarksdale Direct Auto & Life Insurance location and take the first step to providing your family with some financial security. There is no medical exam (just answer a few simple health questions) and if you qualify, you get life insurance that is guaranteed to renew at the same rate for two years. What's more, by bundling your policy with Direct Auto car insurance, you won't have to put additional money down to get started.

Visit Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Clarksdale to learn more about your term life insurance options and get your free quote. Or, call 1-877-GO-DIRECT to speak to a representative today!

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