WHEELING, Ill., July 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- AccuQuote, a leader in providing quality, competitive online life insurance quotes, has been mentioned in a recent New York Times financial article as a great place to get expert advice on purchasing life insurance.
In the New York Times article (published on June 18, 2017), "Before You Pay for Financial Advice, Read This Guide," personal finance reporter Tara Siegel Bernard provided some expert advice on how to plan for retirement, and offered smart tips on how to buy life insurance. Ms. Siegel recommended AccuQuote for its knowledgable online life insurance expertise.
"We sincerely thank Tara and the New York Times for recognizing AccuQuote as a trusted online source for information and competitive quotes on life insurance," says Byron Udell, Founder and CEO of AccuQuote. "For the past 30-plus years, AccuQuote has worked with only top-rated, brand-name insurance companies that consumers know and trust. Information and quotes can be obtained online, or by phone. The days of the three-hour kitchen table faceoff are over."
AccuQuote (www.AccuQuote.com) is one of the nation's largest and leading independent life insurance quoting and brokerage firms. Headquartered just outside Chicago in Wheeling, IL, the company was founded by one of the America's foremost life insurance experts, Byron Udell, in 1994. His vision was to simplify the life insurance buying experience while focusing on personalized customer service and increased convenience. AccuQuote's newly designed website uses powerful e-commerce innovations to compare hundreds of insurance products. Now consumers can easily shop for the best rates from many top-rated insurance companies. With over 100 employees and 200,000 satisfied clients in 50 states, AccuQuote has placed nearly $100 billion of life insurance in force over the past 20 years. Byron Udell has been recognized in USA Today, Consumer Reports, Forbes, BusinessWeek, Money, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, Chicago Tribune, Kiplinger's, Bloomberg, CNBC, Associated Press, and many others.
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