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Santa Clarita Financial Planning by Byron

by Connor T. MacIvor on April 27, 2011

It is because of the strength of the Santa Clarita Valley community that this program exists to help those that may be eligible to get free $50,000 life insurance. I know parents love their children and want the best for them even if something like death occurs to one of them. If they have education dreams/goals for their children then this program is there in that time of need.

I am offering my time and expertise to navigate through the MassMutual Life Bridge program to assist those who are eligible. If you know someone or know of a community based organization that could benefit, even a company that has employees that meet the below criteria, please let me know and I will organize with the person, organization and/or company to implement and administer the program. Please have them contact my office directly and we can go from there.

MassMutual’s goal is to write $1 Billion worth of Life Bridge insurance. It’s more than halfway there, having approved 11,400 policies since the program began in 2002. As of the end of 2010, there may be about 6000 policies still waiting to be given away for those that qualify. To learn more you can look at this page:

www.massmutual.com/aboutmassmutual/communityresponsibility/philanthropy/

What is Life Bridge?

MassMutual’s Life Bridge Program provides free life insurance. It is designed to help you protect your dream of providing an education for your children if you die before they complete their schooling. Under the LifeBridge Free Life Insurance Program, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) will issue a $50,000 term life insurance policy to a trust for a period of 10 years and at no cost to you. MassMutual pays the premiums. If you die within that time period, the $50,000 is used to cover the educational expenses of your children. And your children have 10 years after your death or until age 35 (whichever is later) to use this $50,000 educational benefit.

Are you eligible?

You are eligible to apply for the LifeBridge program if you are:

• Between the ages of 19 and 42;

• The parent or legal guardian of one or more dependent children under age 18;

• A permanent, legal resident of the United States;

• Currently employed full or part time with a total family income not less than $10,000 or more than $40,000 annually;

• The only parent or legal guardian in your household who has applied; and

• In good health as determined by MassMutual’s underwriting guidelines.

You would not be eligible if you:

• Have been diagnosed with heart disease, cancer, HIV or Type 1 Diabetes;

• Currently abuse drugs or alcohol or have abused them within the last 10 years; or

• Are currently on probation.

Additional underwriting will apply.

Please call or email me directly regarding the LifeBridge application process and any questions you may have. I’m looking forward to hearing from you. I also included a brochure the recaps in more detail about the program.

All my best,

Byron P. Alvarado, MBA

Financial Strategist

CA License OE77552

Business & Personal

Life | Disability | Long Term Care | Investments

Walker Financial Partners, LLC.

818.368.8973 Office

805.777.7156 Fax

www.buildwealthefficiently.com

www.walkerfinancialpartners.com

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