Life Insurance Awareness Month®

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Life Insurance Awareness Month® (LIAM) is in September – a month devoted to public education and awareness on the need and impact of Life Insurance.

Life insurance is extremely important to discuss with your family, especially because it isn’t meant for you—it is for those you leave behind. You work hard to make sure you can provide for, protect, and pave the way for your loved ones; however, in the event you’re unable to fill that role – whether it’s due to sickness, injury or loss – life insurance gives surviving dependents the financial freedom to continue down the path you started.

When you first started your government job, you were likely automatically enrolled in the Federal Government Employees’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) Program, unless you elected to waive coverage. Instead of having your employer decide your life insurance for you, you may want to do your own research. We’ve created a comparison chart to help you better understand your options. Visit http://www.compassrosebenefits.com/Unexpected to receive a FREE comparison of the Compass Rose Group Term Life Insurance Plan* vs. FEGLI.

At Compass Rose Benefits Group, we know the importance of protecting what’s most important, and we stand by our commitment to provide members with exceptional coverage! Our Group Term Life Insurance Plan through New York Life Insurance Company not only offers worldwide coverage for Acts of War and Terrorism, it has up to $500,000 of Term Life Protection with no salary limitations, and up to $100,000 of Spouse Protection available as well. Coverage is available for ALL Active Federal government employees. Learn more about all the great benefits of our plan, or apply online, at www.compassrosebenefits.com/Life.

*Underwritten by New York Life Insurance Company (New York, NY 10010) on policy form GMR-ER-P.

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