Planning for the Unexpected

Planning for the Unexpected
Planning for the Unexpected — If life takes a turn, will you be ready?

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If life takes a turn, will you be ready?

Unexpected events can create mental and emotional stress. Although you can’t prevent it, you can plan ahead for how you might deal with the financial fallout that often comes along with unexpected life events like divorce, illness or death. Planning ahead is particularly important when it comes to protecting your retirement savings, life insurance benefits, and other financial assets.

Financial planning means thinking about negative events in order to protect your hard-earned money and your loved ones.

This section explains the value in using life insurance to protect your most valuable asset—your ability to earn income over your working life. We will answer questions around how a will is used to explain your wishes to the important people in your life. Even if you have a will we will explain why it’s critical to designate beneficiaries for all of your retirement accounts and insurance policies.

Plan with us

Financial planning involves thinking about negative events in order to protect your hard-earned money and your loved ones. ING can help you save through our many retirement products and protect your savings with insurance products and planning guidance.

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