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It's tough to imagine the unimaginable, but if you have family members or dependants that count on you for financial support, it's worth your time to consider how they would be impacted if you were suddenly gone. For many, those loved ones would face a loss of income and a lot of bills. Take action now to help ensure your family's financial health.

With term life insurance, you can worry a little less about the financial burden your passing would have on those who depend on you. With this type of life insurance, you receive a pre-set amount of coverage that is guaranteed for a specific amount of time, or term. What could life insurance be used for? It could cover a variety of costs that could arise in the event of the death of the policyholder. Whether the policy proceeds are used to help cover car payments, grocery bills, or 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? Visit with a representative at your nearby Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Starkville to see how affordable and easy-to-understand a term life policy can be. And guess what? There's no medical exam, just answer a few simple health questions and if you qualify, your term life policy with renew for two years at the same premium (without regard to your health or age). And if you buy your policy along with auto insurance from Direct Auto, we don't require additional money down to start both policies.

Start working to secure your loved ones' financial future by learning more about Direct Auto's life insurance. Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT or speak with your Starkville area Direct Auto representative today.*

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