September 15, 2020—These days, with so much uncertainty due to the pandemic, it may help to focus on something you can control, like your estate plan. When most people hear “estate plan,” they think of their will. They don’t necessarily think about life insurance within the context of their overall estate plan. Learn five ways life insurance can play a role in estate planning, and maybe bring a bit more stability into an uncertain environment.

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