Don’t Take The First Life Insurance Quote You Get. Use This Independent Tool To Get Covered For As Low As $7/Month

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If you have people you care about protecting, you know you need life insurance. But if you worry about how they would pay the bills if something were to happen to you, why haven’t you purchased a policy yet?

The answer may be because it’s a confusing and overwhelming process. And in the past, it was. There are so many different options from thousands of different companies — trying to figure out what’s best for you is flat-out frustrating. Some people take the first one they find just to get it over with.

But if you use a website called EverQuote, you’ll be able to see all of your life insurance options at once — meaning you can make the best choice for you, easily.

Get Up to $1M in Life Insurance Coverage

EverQuote is an online marketplace that helps people find life insurance. Do you need term, whole life or something else? EverQuote will walk you through the process to find the right amount of coverage for you.

Even if you think you don’t qualify for life insurance, EverQuote can help find a policy for you. They’ve already helped more than 5 million people figure it out.

You’ll need to fill out a pretty detailed form, but it’s all important information to make sure you get the most accurate quote. Do you smoke? Are you an avid sky-diver? Once you answer these questions, you’ll be connected to an independent agent, who will find the coverage that makes the most sense for you.

You can leave your family up to $1 million, and rates start as low as $7 a month*. So whether you need it for 10 years, 30 years or your whole life, EverQuote can find the right policy for you and your budget. Get started here — it just takes a few minutes.

Kari Faber is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.

*Rate is for a 30-year old non-smoking woman, 10-year, $100,000 term policy