Smoky Mountain Trader

September 13, 2018

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235 Misc. Items Portable Shed, A Frame Barn, 8x16, 2 windows, good cond., $1,500. You move. 865-203- 4030. FOR SALE: 2 Brock Feed Bins with Escape Doors. Great condition. $800/each. Call 423-312-3985. NEW & NEVER WORN! Black Dress from Dress Barn, size 16W Asking $25 firm. Retails for $60. 865-227-3213. Electric trash compactor, $50. 423-300-9246. Sun Quest 24 Pro RS tanning bed $500 423-839-5959 Original World's Fair Beer. Dif- ferent colors, never opened; $3/can. Call 423-623-9820. (4) Porch Post, Vinyl, plates for bottom and top, stairwells. 423-586-4112. 15 Mens Dress Pants, $2 per pair. Like new, Size 42/32. 423-258-1270. GET CLEAN TODAY! Free 24/ 7 Helpline for alcohol & drug addiction treatment. Get help! It is time to take your life back! Call now: 844-738-6788. PPC Ashley 36"x48" Dining Table Set w/ 4 Chairs. $200. Call 775-741-3216. Tree Tablet Case, $10 OBO. 865-227-3213 Paddington Bear Bank, vinyl, 1995, great condition. $5. 865-227-3213. 40 HP electric start Mercury outboard motor, $300; 6 ft. patio door with panes be- tween glass, $350; also as- sorted sizes vinyl windows. 423-465-5830. You may not be aware of it, but September is Life Insurance Aware- ness Month. Of course, you probably recognize, at least in a general sense, the importance of life insurance, but do you know the various ways in which it can help you? Life insurance can play a sizable role in your ability to achieve some impor- tant financial goals, such as these: Helping your family maintain its lifestyle – If you are married and have young children at home, you and your spouse may need to work. If you were no longer around and your earnings were gone, could your family still afford to live as they do now? Adequate life insurance can help them preserve their lifestyle. Helping your children continue their education – Even if you weren't planning to foot the entire bill for your children's college education, you still might be doing what you can, such as contributing to a 529 education savings plan. If your income was lost, could your family still afford to continue these contributions? With enough life insurance, you can improve the chances that your children will at least get some financial help for college or vocational training. Helping your survivors pay off debts – Are all your debts paid off? If not, you could be leaving your family on the hook for some of them, such as credit cards and car loans – not to mention your mortgage. Also, as uncomfortable as it may be to consider it, funeral and burial costs can easily run into the thousands. The proceeds of your life insurance policy can help pay down debts, handle your final expenses – and relieve your family of costly burdens. Helping your spouse build resources for retirement – It's almost impossible for most of us to save too much for retirement. Your spouse may already have some retirement accounts, such as a 401(k) and an IRA, but will these be enough to sustain a long retirement? Through life insurance, you can potentially add significant amounts to your spouse's retirement assets. As we've seen, you can accom- plish a lot with life insurance. But how much do you need? If you want the appropriate amount of coverage, you should consider a variety of factors. How much do you earn? How much does your spouse earn? How many children do you have? How old are they? How much do you owe on your home? By answering these and other, similar questions, you can arrive at a coverage level that's suitable for your needs. Also, keep in mind that those needs will change – for example, if your children are grown and you've downsized your living arrangements, you may require less insurance than at earlier times in your life. Life Insurance Awareness Month is a good time to remind yourself of the impor- tance of insurance and of the need to own the correct amount. So, review your cover- age soon – after all, you can't predict the future, but you can still prepare for it. How Can Life Insurance Help You? How Can Life Insurance Help You? Marcus Trantham Financial Advisor 6144 Cumberland Gap Parkway Suite 3 Harrogate, TN 37752-7861 Bus. 423-869-3608 Fax 888-810-2732 marc.trantham@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com/marc-trantham This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. 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