You can buy everything except health.
You can leave enough money to buy everything except health. One of the most recurrent expressions in last year’s Christmas greetings was “have good health.” I was even struck by a message that said “I wish you good health, everything else can be bought at the flea market.”
Undeniably, the COVID-19 pandemic has come to remind us how vulnerable we are. At this point, after two years of dealing with infections, it is practically impossible to find a family in which there are no fatalities from the pandemic.
Reality dictates that we must be cautious. Fortunately, there are different methods to prevent the disease from entering our homes and affecting our loved ones, such as the use of a mask, the vaccine, reinforcing the immune system, and washing our hands often.
If despite everything, we get sick, thank God we have increasingly specialized care in hospitals, or even outpatient monoclonal antibody treatments that would prevent us from entering or dying.
But if all else fails, there are life insurance policies that would guarantee our family sufficient financial security in case we are no longer with them. Although it sounds cliché, we could leave you enough money so that you can buy everything, except health. You can leave enough money to buy everything except health.
If you are not convinced by what I just told you, call Univista Insurance and speak with one of their life insurance specialists. You will be amazed at how much money you can guarantee your family with a policy that pays just a few dollars a month.