Tyson Dailey

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Now a premium auditor with The Cincinnati Insurance Company in Austin, TX, Tyson Dailey was an associate of The Cincinnati Life Insurance Company from 2001-2014. He has extensive experience in financial estate planning through life insurance and holds the Fellow Life Management Institute (FLMI), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) and Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) designations.


How much life insurance do I need?

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Once you have decided to purchase life insurance, the next question to answer is how much to purchase. Some people select coverage based on an arbitrary amount: $100,000 or $200,000. Others purchase enough to pay off a home mortgage or other major bill. And some stick to the tried-and-true measure of 10 times salary. But there are other methods to consider. You can complete a fact finder/needs list or use a life insurance calculator.


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Life insurance: A gift fit for a grandchild

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When you think about all the things you want to purchase for your grandchild, life insurance would likely be near the bottom of the list. While it may not be the most exotic purchase, by the end of this blog I hope life insurance would be up for consideration. Life Insurance for a child or grandchild offers three important advantages: it’s inexpensive; it provides protection for the unexpected; and certain types of life insurance could help protect your child’s or grandchild’s insurability.


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Getting the most from your life insurance

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You had a plan and you did the right thing: You purchased a life insurance policy to protect your family. But things have changed since you took out that universal life insurance policy, and it may be time for you to pull your policy out of your files and review where it stands. Your universal life insurance policy (UL) is a form of permanent life insurance that also has an investment component. A portion of each premium you pay helps build a tax-deferred cash value and earns the current interest[.....]


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Insuring what’s most important to you

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Weddings. Bridal showers. Graduations. Family reunions. What is the connection between these joyous summer occasions and life insurance? The answer is, (drum roll please), they’re all reminders of love and protection. My happiness is tied to the people I love and hold most dear in my life. My child, my wife, my family are what make me happy. I would do anything in my power to protect those I love. So what is life insurance, but the ultimate gesture of love and protection? I understand no one wants to talk[.....]


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