Farmers Insurance Agent in Dover, OH
As your local Farmers® agent in Dover, Ohio, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. I like to do things in a more personal manner than other agents by providing you with my direct cell phone number and often doing in home appointments. As a Member of the community, I am a member of the Chamber of Commerce and donate to local schools and the Port Washington Fire Department on a monthly basis. I have also started a small business networking group to help promote other local business'. At my Agency, we have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverages on life, auto, home, business, atvs, utvs, boats, watercraft, campers, and more.
Give me a call at (330) 934-0159 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Years of Experience
I have over 3 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.
Awards and Honors
I served for 4 years in the United States Army where I achieved the rank of Sergeant. Areas I was stationed: Schofield Barracks, HI, Sandusky, Ohio.
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3 For informational purposes only. In general, partial withdrawals from a permanent life insurance policy in excess of the policy’s basis are taxable, and limited circumstances exist where death proceeds will be taxable. Neither Farmers New World Life Insurance Company, its employees nor its Agents provide legal or tax advice. Always consult your own attorney, accountant or tax adviser as to the legal, financial or tax consequences and advice on any particular transaction.
4 Policy loans and withdrawals will reduce cash surrender value and death benefit. Policy loans are subject to interest charges. If your policy is a modified endowment contract, loans and withdrawals may be subject to taxes and penalties.
Distributions from a life insurance policy in the character of partial surrenders (withdrawals) up to basis or policy loans will generally be income tax free, provided the policy does not violate Modified Endowment Contract (MEC) guidelines and the policy is not terminated during the lifetime of the insured. MEC guidelines are rules in the Internal Revenue Code which specify maximum premiums that can be paid without triggering adverse tax consequences for withdrawals. A policy termination during the life of the insured can cause the owner a single taxable event for any gains in the policy that were borrowed or withdrawn on or before the termination date.
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