Have you been thinking lately…

Have you been thinking about life insurance lately?  No?  Oh okay, so that means you have a policy already?  No!? Well what are you waiting for??

Okay, okay let’s step back a second.  Did you know that 1/3 of Americans don’t own life insurance? See, you’re not alone.  But, there’s no reason you shouldn’t learn a little more, so listen up.  Most Americans decide against Life Insurance for several reasons:

1) They don’t have any clue what it is.

2) They believe that they can’t afford it.

3) They don’t think they need it.

Educating Americans about personal financial responsibility should be at the forefront of this dilemma.

One thing about life insurance is that you are not obligated to own it.  Unlike Auto and Homeowners Insurance, which are mandatory, Life Insurance is voluntary.  But do you know how much you could pay a month as a healthy person for a $500,000 policy?  Probably cheaper than your coffee bill at the end of the month (which is also a voluntary purchase).  Many people turn to life insurance when their health takes a decline. This now forces them to pay a much higher monthly premium  for the same amount of coverage as a healthy person could have taken advantage of years ago.  The beauty of acquiring Life Insurance young is that you can lock in a cheap rate for 10,15, 20 and even 30 years.

Life Insurance will act as that safety net when an unthinkable event occurs.  You will be able to cover funeral expenses, and allow your loved ones to continue living their lives without that extra income (daughters dance classes, sons travel sports teams). Although a morbid thought, it is a reality.

If you would like a free quote visit our website at Feehan Insurance and fill out the Request a Life Insurance Quote Questionnaire, and one of our staff will reach out to you.  If not, do yourself and your family a favor by reading up a little bit to learn more; you’ll be glad you did.

Relay For Life


Relay For Life is a fantastic event held all over the country by the American Cancer Society giving strength and hope to all of those who have been affected by cancer directly and indirectly.  This is truly an event which we mark every year on our calendar as one that we simply can’t miss.  An event that is as important as that summer vacation, or that ski trip in the Winter.  The teams that rally around each other, the speeches that move us, the candles that make us remember, and the stories that give us hope make this event such a powerful  experience.  There are many ways in which you can get involved.  Visit relay for life.org to learn more.  And If you are able to attend, please come out and become a part of celebrating life this Saturday, June 1st 7:00 A.M at Mahopac High School.


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Spring postponed; Summer starts early: 87 degrees and sunny…Carmel, NY

Another spectacular day in Putnam County, the sun is shining & stays til late in the evening.  We are starting our rush to organize for the annual American Cancer Society Relay for  Life, held @ Mahopac  High  School on Saturday June 1.  Thousands of people are expected for a day of fun,  hope, fundraising, and fellowship.  We are very proud of our association for running such a wonderful event.  This years event may push the  total fundraising for 15 years t0 $4 million.  WOW!!  Great  Job Putnam County!  We thank you for all your support.


Super Bowl Weekend

On the eve of what is sure to be another exciting Super Bowl, or shall we say “Harbowl,” let’s take a look at some staggering statistics.  Did you know….

49.3 million cases or beer will be sold for the weekend, 8.2 million pounds of potato chips will be served, & 1oo million pounds of Chicken Wings will be consumed.

Enjoy You’re Super Sunday!



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January 16, 2013

A wonderful winter snow storm has blanketed the Hudson Valley  and caused us to open at 10.  There is nothing like the joy of a child when they get the word, ” school cancelled, it’s a snow day”.  The happiness continued when my wife got the word that her school changed from 2 hour delay to totally closed for the day.  My son then turned to me and asked if we closed as well………..I told him its good to be a kid!, see ya later.  The snow has made for a slower day, hence, I am blogging.  My insurance thought for this blog involves portable space heaters, candles, warm fires in the hearth, et cetera.  All these are being used in my home as I type; please be sure to turn off the space heater, blow out the candles that made your house smell good, and make certain the fire is contained  before you leave the house.  Thanks!





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