Do You Need a Life Insurance Policy for You or Key Employees?
Ensure company longevity with life insurance policies.
What would the financial impact on your company be if you or one of your key employees died? Life insurance can soften the economic blow and provide the necessary cash to stay in business during the tran-sition, says Larry Singer, an insurance agent with New Jersey Life & Casualty Associates in Livingston.
If you've guaranteed a business loan, it's likely that the lender will call the loan on your death, leaving your successors without critical working capital. "A business owner has the obligation to protect the ongoing viability of the business," says Singer. Not only should you have enough life insurance to cover company debt, but you should also have coverage to replace lost income and fund the costs of replacing yourself and key staffers.
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