Tag: life insurance

Preneed

Americans would rather talk about any subject than death

Recently I came across this article from the Insurance NewsNet based on a survey from health insurer, Ethos.  The article was based on what traditionally taboo subjects would people be willing to talk about.  Turns out that 81% of the people were willing to talk about Money, but at the bottom of the list came “Death” which only 32% of the survey subjects were willing to talk about. In between those extreme numbers came Mental Health -56%, Sex – 48%, […]

Finance

Security National reports 3Q 2020: Hitting on all cylinders

We continue to roll out the earnings reports of the public death care companies and today is no exception.  Today we tell you about one of the quieter companies that is starting to make a name for themselves as they grow. That company is Utah based Security National Financial Corporation (SNFC) and divisions of the company are involved in mortuaries, cemeteries, funeral funding through insurance assignments, and preneed insurance.  In essence, from our point of view, while still small by […]

Afternoon Edition

Afternoon Edition: Insurance Survey says pandemic has changed needs

Among the articles that we feature in today’s Afternoon Edition is a press release from the Unum Company.  Unum, an insurance company, says in this release that the coronavirus pandemic has changed insurance needs of families. The results of their survey indicated that 41% of Americans say that the pandemic has changed the way that they handle their family finances and 22% indicate that they are considering increasing their life insurance during the coming year.  Finally, 48% say that the […]

Preneed

Financial Literacy . . . . the need to teach it.

When it comes to “Financial Literacy” I consider myself one of the lucky ones who had a father who insisted that his children learn about how to manage whatever income it was that you made.  My dad was a business man, and in our house growing up, not only were we expected to learn the Three R’s — reading, (w)riting, and (a)rithmatic, but we also received courses in financial literacy from dad.  And, I now believe that those lessons were […]