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11 Did you Knows about Critical Illness Planning
11 Did you Knows about Critical Illness Planning
MetLife Critical Illness Protection is here to make sure that saving your life won’t cost your life savings. This solution will provide an instant lump sum of up to $500,000 when diagnosed with one of the 32 common critical illnesses, so that you can focus on getting back to health instead of worrying about any financial burdens. Critical Illness is available as a standalone solution or as an optional benefit on MetLife’s Life Protection and Savings solutions.
3 steps to make financial wellness a reality
3 steps to make financial wellness a reality
About 40% of stress (in the Gulf) is caused by financial situations. This suggests many of us have trouble balancing unexpected expenses and planning for the future, two key elements of financial wellness.
Budgeting for Lifes Emergencies
Budgeting for Lifes Emergencies
Car repairs and home appliance break-downs happen to everyone at some point, but there are a lot of unexpected situations that can set you and your family back financially if you’re not prepared. Think about these scenarios when considering how much you should save in your family’s emergency fund.
5 Ways to Financially Prepare for Your First Child
5 Ways to Financially Prepare for Your First Child
From researching car seats and cribs to decorating a nursery, there's a lot to do when you're expecting a new baby. In addition to readying your physical house for your bundle of joy, you'll also want to be sure your financial house is in order.
When is it Okay to Dip into an Emergency Fund
When is it Okay to Dip into an Emergency Fund
Your emergency fund is intended to be your first line of defense when times get tough. But sometimes, it can be difficult to decide when to dip into these funds.
Is it Risky to Drop Life Insurance Coverage during Tough Financial Times?
Is it Risky to Drop Life Insurance Coverage during Tough Financial Times?
Most people buy life insurance with the same objective — to help keep your family financially secure if you’re no longer around to provide for them.
Budgeting for lifes emergencies
Budgeting for life's emergencies
Car repairs and home appliance break-downs happen to everyone at some point, but there are a lot of unexpected situations that can set you and your family back financially if you’re not prepared. Think about these scenarios when considering how much you should save in your family’s emergency fund.
11 Did you Knows about Critical Illness Planning
11 Did you Knows about Critical Illness Planning
4 Simple Steps to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck
4 Simple Steps to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck
There's a good chance you or someone you know is facing the reality of living paycheck to paycheck each month.
Do You Have 100 Years to Live? How to Plan for a Centenarian Lifestyle?
Do You Have 100 Years to Live? How to Plan for a Centenarian Lifestyle?
Living to 100 years old may have seemed like an idea out of a science fiction movie in the past, but global life expectancy is on the rise — and current statistics show that a 100 year life isn't such a strange possibility after all.
5 Questions About Critical Illness Insurance Answered
5 Questions About Critical Illness Insurance Answered
Many people are not adequately prepared financially when faced with a serious illness, despite having good medical coverage. Critical illness insurance can help lessen the burden of increased out-of-pocket expenses so that you can focus on recovery instead of your finances.
How to Keep Your Family´s Finances Recession Proof?
How to Keep Your Family´s Finances Recession Proof?
In an ever-changing world, economic uncertainty can be stressful for you and your family. When there’s so much outside of your control, here are the things you and your family can focus on to keep your financial future secure.