Utahans Can Now Get the Right Life Insurance with Wasatch Smart Finance

Wasatch Smart Finance, renowned in Utah for its credit repair and financial coaching services, is now helping Utah residents acquire the most relevant life insurance policy for their requirements. There are more than 65 life insurance companies and various products to choose from.

Farmington, UT, United States - October 21, 2019 / / —

According to announcements released by Wasatch Smart Finance and Kit Eizenga, the company has joined hands with multiple insurance providers to offer Utah residents the widest choice in life insurance at the best possible rates.

Choice in life insurance includes term life insurance that allows the insured party to benefit from a needs-based calculation; indexed universal life insurance that also doubles as a saving product and an alternate vehicle for funds after retirement; and final expense products that are an option for older individuals with health issues. The company offers a free notarized will for any life insurance quote provided.

According to Kit Eizenga, owner/operator and insurance advisor, Wasatch Smart Finance consistently connects people with the right product because of its sophisticated quote engine. The business is driven by the principle of providing the highest quality life insurance policies at the lowest prices. Purchasers have the freedom to compare life insurance products and select the one from a provider that offers the best package in terms of value and cost.

Get life insurance quotes in seconds - https://wasatchsmartfinance.com/life-insurance-quote-utah/

Wasatch Smart Finance is known for its credit repair and financial coaching services. The company has helped individuals overcome debt through debt analysis and setting achievable financial goals.

Talking about his passion for what he does and the need for establishing Wasatch Smart Finance, Kit said, “I felt that there were plenty of credit repair companies out there, just not enough of them that cared about people’s total financial futures. This is what inspired me to open Wasatch Smart Finance. I wanted to have a place where people could discuss their financial issues beyond just credit.

I am licensed in the state of Utah, so I could assist clients in using Life Insurance as an alternative to debt-based lending. I want to use my financial coaching skills and Life Insurance so that you only need credit and a good credit score for home purchases or real estate investing.

I have spent a lot of time overseas, and the American system offers people some of the greatest ways to profit and to get themselves in debt. Beyond just navigating debt issues, there is little information about credit and credit scores and how to ensure you don't make simple mistakes that could hurt yours.

I would love for you to spend time on our blog, learning how to optimize your finances! Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your opportunities to improve your finances and credit.”

Contact Info:
Name: Kit Eizenga
Email: Send Email
Organization: Wasatch Smart Finance
Address: 240 N. East Promontory, Suite 200, Farmington, UT 84025
Phone: 385-217-5552
Website: https://wasatchsmartfinance.com/

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEAEOfUyODOpjQmk6jsWEHg/


Release ID: 88929307

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