Building A Legacy Together
Founded by Tammy and Zach Smith. A husband and wife team out of Austin, Texas. When we first got into the industry we ourselves did not have any Life Insurance, in fact both of our families had a legacy of not having this type of coverage. This resulted in harships over the years for both of our families. We believe this is mainly because a lack or knowledge and understanding. We have put in place protection for our family as well as setup a Legacy for our children. And we wish to do the same for every family.
We are using this framework to build a network of Trusted Insurance Advisers who are equipped to educate and inform you about the latest trends and solutions. The industry is changing fast, rates are going down and we believe its possible to everyone to find a solution. Whether its to protect your equity in your house, protect your investments from an ever changing market, or build a college fund for your children. We can show you how.
Tammy has been in the insurance industry for the past 7 years. In that time she has helped thousands of families get the coverage they needed. She is an expert in the underwriting process so you can be sure that if she recommends a product it is the right fit. She has also grown and led teams of agents all over the country.
When you know you want to provide life insurance benefits to your loved ones in the event you die prematurely, it’s easy to find yourself confused by all of the different types of policies, and policy options, available. Term life insurance can be an affordable way to provide some financial
We think about this as the 4 C’s of quality client service. Connections – We are fortunate to be partnered/connected to the 100 most top rated Insurance Carriers in the Nation. You can be sure that your insurance is in the hands of companies that you can trust. Commitment –
As a homeowner, being able to pay your mortgage on time every month is important. What would happen to your loved ones if you were to die prematurely, become disabled or critically ill, and your income suddenly disappeared? Would they be able to pay off the mortgage without difficulty and