Is Cash Cancer and Critical Illness Insurance a Good Idea?

Does it make sense to buy supplemental insurance such as critical illness and cash cancer plans in Georgia? Doesn't a good health insurance plan pay most medical bills?

This short video explains how a Georgia cash cancer and critical illness policy can work for you.


At one time I thought these plans were mostly junk. Then I received this note from a dear friend.

Debbie was a single mom, struggling to make ends meet.

This year in April I will celebrate my 48th birthday (and yes I admit it). I will also celebrate my 13th year surviving cancer! Yeah!

13 years ago I did not own a cash cancer and critical Illness policy, but today I do through my group benefits!

If I had owned a policy like this before, I would have received $30,000 to help support my family of 6 people. At the time, I had to quit my job as a waitress because I couldn't lift the trays with my arm after having lymph node removal in my arm pit. I underwent chemo and radiation that April that took me out of work for 6 months before I could actually find another job.

I share this with you today not so you can feel sorry for me, but to illustrate how important these type of policies are.

For as little as $2 per day I could have had a plan that would have replaced my lost income for 6 months. Having a cash cancer and critical illness plan would have made the difference in struggling to get by and removing the worry of how I was going to pay my bills.

Affordable Premiums

A 34 year old woman such as Debbie can get a plan with a $25,000 cash benefit for less than a dollar a day in premiums.

You may select benefit amounts from $5,000 to $50,000.

Ask the professionals at Georgia Insurance Shop for a quote on a Georgia  cash cancer and critical illness plan for you.



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