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Category: Life Insurance

Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance

With September being "Life Insurance Awareness Month" (LIAM), we wanted to discuss the important subject of life insurance, but focus on a specific type of life insurance called guaranteed issue life insurance. When folks approach us on the topic of life insurance here in Texas, the first thing we do as an independent, veteran-owned insurance agency is a comprehensive fact-finding analysis of their specific needs...

Skin Cancer Awareness Month!

Summer is fast approaching. Before you head out to the beaches with your Yeti cooler filled with your favorite beverages, we wanted to take this time to give you some tips and advice on how to mitigate your chances of contracting a hidden enemy: skin cancer. You may not realize it, but did you know that May is "Skin Cancer Awareness Month"? As such, we...

Why Having An Independent Agency Is Important!

Insurance agencies are a dime a dozen it seems nowadays. You got State Farm over there, Farmers down that way, and The Harrin Group up the hill. But with so many agencies waving their arms for your attention, who do we go to? Let's first take the example of a "captive" agency (ie. State Farm). To keep it simple, when one goes to an agency...

September Is Life Insurance Awareness Month!

Did you know September is "Life Insurance Awareness Month"? We here at The Harrin Group recently shared a video on social media about just how critical acquiring life insurance can be, as our founder: Barry Harrin, recollected how his mom had dementia and as a result, her life insurance policies lapsed. Barry did not find this out until it was too late and it came...

Planning For Retirement

When it comes to retirement, a main concern for many folks is determining just how much money we will need to live comfortably. Now, "comfortably" can have a totally different meaning depending on the person you ask, but in general, let's assume its the basics such as water, food, shelter, etc. According to a recent article by Maurie Backman from The Motley Fool, this is...