Farmers Insurance Agent in Henderson, NV
Bonnie Grant Insurance Agency IncAbout Me
Established in 2009, the Bonnie Grant Insurance Agency is a full-service insurance agency headquartered in Henderson, NV. The agency develops insurance strategies for individuals, families, and businesses of all sizes. Every one of our agents are licensed in Property, Casualty, Surety, Life and Health insurance. Bonnie has also earned her Series 6 and 63 license in the Financial services field to help you or your business build monetary assets for business or personal retirement goals. The Agency team of agents will educate you or your business team and make sure your risks are best protected with the right policy coverage types. Farmers/disclosure.
Give me a call at (702) 279-4299 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Years of Experience
I have over 8 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.
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Henderson, Boulder City, Las Vegas, Lake Las Vegas, and Anthem Village
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Total Life Insurance Needs for Families and Businesses
1. Final Expenses include charges to surviving family members following one member's death. These expenses come from funeral and burial costs, doctors and hospital bills, administrative costs, probate costs, attorney fees, tax return preparation, court costs, executor fees and Federal Estate Taxes.
2. Emergency Fund identifies money to be set aside to meet the unexpected expenses associated with home maintenance and repairs, auto repair or purchase, sudden illness or hospitalization, accidents and related costs, child care, income taxes, and immediate travel.
3. Readjustment Fund provides the surviving spouse or family members with the income that will allow the family to gradually adjust to their new standard of living. This new standard of living could be without the primary wage earner.
4. Mortgage and/or Debt Liquidation Fund provides the surviving spouse with the dollars to help pay off an existing mortgage, if there is one, or the funds to cover rent payments for an extended period of time.
5. Education fund sets money aside to guarantee the funds to pay for a good education for all their children.
6. Retirement Fund provides the cash needed to help provide funds for retirement. With increased life expectancies and inflation's gradual erosion of the purchasing power of any retirement nest egg, addressing retirement fund needs becomes even more critical.
7. Family Income Fund enables the surviving family members to maintain the life style that they are accustomed to. Even after the wage earner dies, income must continue to be provided to support the remaining family.