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It's a difficult topic to think about, but anyone who is financially responsible for a loved one should take a close look at how the people who depend on them would be affected if they were suddenly gone. Many times, these loved ones are left footing the bill for expenses they were not prepared to handle. What if you could help ensure your family had more financial security in the future?

Term life insurance is an easy way to help your loved ones cover the expenses that a death can impose on families and dependents. What is term life insurance? "Term" simply means a specific period of time, during which you have a guaranteed predetermined level of financial coverage. What's the purpose of life insurance? In the event of your passing, the proceeds could be used to help cover a variety of costs. Whether the policy proceeds are used to help pay the rent or cover your final funeral expenses, you can trust this kind of coverage to bring your beneficiaries peace of mind during an emotionally difficult period of time.

Wondering where you can find term life insurance? Apply for a policy at your Greenville Direct Auto & Life Insurance office to see if you're eligible for an affordably-priced policy that brings your family some peace of mind. There's no extensive medical examination, simply answer a few health related questions. If you're eligible, your term life policy is guaranteed to renew for two years at the same premium. And if you buy your policy along with auto insurance from Direct Auto, we don't require additional money down to start both policies.

If you want to learn more about life insurance options from Direct Auto, call 1-877-GO-DIRECT for a free quote, or talk with a representative at your Greenville, Mississippi Direct Auto location.*

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