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It's a difficult topic to think about, but if you have loved ones counting on you for financial support then you should consider how your absence could impact their comfort and financial security. Often, this scenario means loved ones are left with monthly bills and funeral costs they're not sure how to pay for. Take steps now to help avoid this type of situation.

With term life insurance, you can worry a little less about the financial burden your passing would have on those who depend on you. This type of life insurance offers a predetermined amount of coverage that is guaranteed for a specific amount of time (a "term"). What is life insurance used for? It could cover a variety of costs that could arise in the event of the death of the policyholder. From partial compensation for funeral expenses to accounting for the loss of a primary paycheck, this kind of policy is a way to guarantee that your beneficiaries will have some financial help during a difficult time.

Where can you get term life insurance? Apply for a policy at your Gulfport Direct Auto & Life Insurance office to see if you're eligible for an affordably-priced policy that brings your family some peace of mind. Some insurance companies require a medical examination, but we don't--just answer a few simple health questions. If you qualify, your life insurance policy is guaranteed to renew at the same rate, regardless of your health or age. And if you buy car insurance along with life insurance through Direct Auto, you'll find that you won't have to put additional money down to get started.

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 Gulfport, Mississippi Direct Auto location.*

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