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  • Recently I signed up with the Gerber Life Insurance Company to give my baby niece a head start for her future, I was impressed with the range of insurance premium options and I trust the Gerber name

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      Gerber has been a trusted name in baby food for over 50 years, and now they are offering insurance to help further babies and children�s education. Recently I signed up with the Gerber Life Insurance Company to give my baby niece a head start for her future, I was impressed with the range of

      insurance premium options and I trust the Gerber name.

      The Gerber Life Insurance plan has two purposes; it does provide payouts on the unfortunate instance of the death or a child, and it gives a payout of a fixed sum of money that will never change when a child reaches the age of twenty-one. This way a young adult can use the money to continue college, buy a car, start a business or just plan for the future.

      The great thing about the Gerber premiums is that they never go up! I chose the $15,000 option, which means when my two-year-old niece reaches the age of 21 she will receive ...


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      a lump sum payout from Gerber for $15,000. My premiums are $13.23 cents a month, certainly not an amount I will ever miss, and I keep paying this premium until the end of her twelfth year. Then I simply wait for her to collect her money at the age of 21. What a great
      gift to give my niece.

      If you are a parent, grandparent or Aunt and want to give a child a nest egg for their future visit Gerber online at www.GerberLife.ca. There you will find all premium options and you can begin like I did to plan for the future of a very special child in your life!




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Becky says :

I think you are mistaken about the payout on Gerger Life for baby– I understand the policy to say that at 21 after paying premiums until she IS 21 she can count on getting the amount you`ve actually paid in premiums if she turns in her policy. probably more like 3,000. She`d get the 15,000 if she God forbid died while the policy is in effect.

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gayle honts says :

I have policies on grandchildren and would like to turn them over to parents after the l0 year policy is paid up. How do I do this and what forms do I need to do it?

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John says :

Gayle, you don’t necessarily need any forms. The easiest way to manage your policy is via Gerber’s website. Here’s an address:

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