Life Insurance and Financial Planning Consultation
Build and Protect the Life You Deserve.
Do you feel you could be doing more to enhance your financial future? Whether you’re just starting out or protecting what you’ve already achieved, you’re in the right place.
Sometimes life can get in the way of saving for your future, and it’s hard to know how to prioritize your goals. We offer a variety of choices to help you and your family put your financial goals within reach.
We start with your self-assessment to find the lifestyle that fits you best to see what you may want to focus on now. You’ll get the help you need to get where you want to be.
We try to make things very simple and will work around your schedule.
Senior Financial Specialist
cell 256-810-7887 • office 256-248-1440
Employee Benefits and Retention
As an employer, your greatest asset is your workforce. Taking care of that asset, remaining competitive to attract more skilled workers, and saving money are some of the most important parts of running a business. You want to provide your employees with benefits that can make a real difference in their lives, while reducing the cost of offering supplemental insurance benefits. With Long Lewis Insurance Group’s voluntary benefits packages you may be eligible to reduce taxable contributions for your business while helping employees gain access to pretax products.
Voluntary benefits can significantly increase employee retention and morale.
Your employees need access to voluntary benefits.
Did You Know?
- 57% of personal bankruptcies are related to a major individual healthcare crisis
- Injuries are the leading cause of death for people under age 45 in the United States
- 50% of American families say they need more life insurance for final expenses
- 3 out of 4 families are affected by cancer
- Each week, more than 33,000 people in the U.S. suffer a heart attack or stroke
Sources: Today Money, www.today.com/money, 2013; Centers for Disease Control, 2014; Facts of Life 2013, LIMRA; American Cancer Society, Cancer Facts & Figures, 2014; American Heart Association, www.heart.org, 2014