"Being a full-time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs in my field, since the payment is pure love." —Mildred B. Vermont

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Life insurance protects your family's future.

Whether you're a working mom or stay-at-home mom, your family needs you. How could they ever make it without you?

It's a question you probably don't want to think about, but part of being a mom is being prepared. It's hard to be prepared for the future when you haven't considered all the alternatives, including the difficult or unpleasant ones. If you passed away, could your family stay afloat financially? How would they get by?

You can answer all of those questions with life insurance:

  • Day-to-day expenses: Life insurance provides cash to pay the mortgage and the electricity bill, buy groceries, etc.
  • Funeral and burial expenses: Funerals can cost thousands of dollars. Can your family afford to pay for this out of pocket?
  • Future expenses: Can your family afford the ever-increasing cost of college tuition? Life insurance can help pave the way for your child's successful future, providing the cash he or she needs to pay tuition and buy books, not to mention room and board.

Trusted Quote has helped families protect themselves with life insurance for more than 40 years. We bring you quotes from the nation's top rated carriers, ranking them by affordability, so you get the most for your money. You can also check out an insurer's A.M. Best rating, or see how we've rated each carrier based on our personal experience working with them. Everything we do is designed to help save you time and money—two things every mom could use more of!

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By the numbers: What is your mom worth?

Think about all the things a mom does: cooking, cleaning, laundry, driving....her job never ends! If you've ever wondered how much all that work might add up to in terms of a dollar amount, our video has the answer.

The verdict is in! If your family doesn't have a spare $90,000+ lying around, it's a good idea to insure your mom's contribution to the family.

Here are a few more interesting statistics about moms:

  • 61% of all mothers are employed
  • In 2010, there were 5 million stay-at-home mothers
  • In 2007, 57% of stay-at-home moms had a pre-school age child
  • 9.9 million mothers are single women raising kids under 18 all on their own
  • 46% of single mothers have 2 or more kids
  • 49.8% of single mothers work full time
  • 29.7% of single mothers work part time
  • 83% of all single parents are women

It's incredibly important for single mothers to think about insurance, too. Our video helps explain why:

Are you surprised that coverage often costs less than your monthly cell phone bill? At that price, why wouldn't you protect your family?

If you're one of the 43% of moms without life insurance, you can protect your family with one click—it all starts with a free quote. It's fast, it's easy, and there's no obligation to buy. Call us at 800-823-4852 if you have any questions or want to learn more. You can reach us Monday through Friday from 8 am - 5 pm (Pacific time).

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