A new book will open up the intricacies of choosing the right insurance deal and help customers take firmer control over their personal finance.
“Price for Peace: 7 Cleaver K’s of Getting Insured Right” is written by the Huria Kiran, the Canadian Certified Life Insurance Expert who is noted for her passion for solving real issues in the life and health insurance industry.
The book allows readers to usher in a new era of prudent financial planning, with a focus on savings, investments and in particular insurance. ”Price for Peace: 7 Cleaver K’s of Getting Insured Right” doesn’t just offer an overview of the buying insurance topic, it sets out to answer all relevant questions; including Who to choose? What to choose? When to choose and How to choose?
What is the end result? Armed with the knowledge which Huria passes on in “Price for Peace: 7 Cleaver K’s of Getting Insured Right”, readers will be best placed to find their ‘must have’ insurance product, and avoid the ‘must not have’ packages which are out there on the market.
The book even has some advice about advisors themselves, and will help readers plot the way to finding the right insurance advisor.
”Price for Peace: 7 Cleaver K’s of Getting Insured Right” delves deeper than the average personal finance book. It looks closely at the life stages which can impact on financial planning, Also, Huria helps debunk several insurance myths that threaten to mislead customer’s journey.
Anyone can enjoy advantages from reading “Price for Peace: 7 Cleaver K’s of Getting Insured Right” – from families to small businesses. After all, we all have insurance requirements and can benefit from saving money.
What was the inspiration behind the book? Huria was struck by polls and industry statistics consistently finding a significant percentage of us do not have enough basic life insurance to support loved ones in the event of an unexpected calamity.
Huria Khan, author of” Price for Peace: 7 Cleaver K’s of Getting Insured Right”, said: “I believe that this book addresses a major ‘black spot’ in the personal finance knowledge of Canadians and Americans. Insurance can be one of the most beneficial financial products to a wide variety of demographics – but we need to know the way to go about getting the best deals.”