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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

MassMutual teams with Plainfield YMCA to offer FREE life insurance for kids' education

MassMutual (Masssachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company) is teaming up with the Plainfield YMCA to offer free life insurance to qualified working people for the benefit of their children's education.

One worry of parents who plan for their children to attend college is what will happen to the child's education if the breadwinner dies.

Through its LifeBridge program, MassMutual issues a FREE ten-year term life insurance policy to qualified applicants** in the amount of $50,000 to be paid into a trust for the benefit of the education of the insured's children.

The simple application forms may be picked up at the Plainfield YMCA or downloaded
from the MassMutual website DIRECTLY (see here). Completed applications must be returned to the YMCA by Wednesday, May 2.

Applicants must also attend a meeting at the YMCA on Tuesday, May 8 at 6:00 PM at which MassMutual representatives will help complete the application process.

Applicants will need to bring the following items to the meeting --

  • Copy of most recent 1040 (to confirm income)
  • Most recent pay stub (to confirm employment)
  • Social Security numbers of children you wish to insure
  • Proper identification (driver's license, photo ID, green card, etc.)
A medical professional will also be available to take blood and urine samples to confirm health status. (All information gathered for eligibility purposes will be kept confidential.)

If you have children who will need money for their educations in the next ten years, why not take advantage of this opportunity for free dedicated life insurance?

**Eligibility criteria: Between ages of 19 and 42; parent or guardian of one or more dependent children under 18; permanent legal resident of the U.S.; currently employed with an income between $10,000 and $40,000 (part-time OK), in good health.

-- Dan Damon [follow]

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Unknown said...


The link is not working. Speedy recovery sir!

Unknown said...

Dan ,

Tried the link and it does not seem to be working....Wishing you a speedy recovery sir!


Dan said...

I misspoke, the link doesn't take you to the MassMutual site, it opens the brochure directly (as a PDF file), which can then be printed out.

Clicking on it should offer an 'open' or 'download' choice, but you must have Adobe Reader installed.