Press Release 7/11/18

(Kent, Connecticut) – If you think Life Insurance only has death benefits, think again. The Kent Memorial Library is proud to present a lecture on Life Insurance for the Living, Saturday afternoon, July 21 at 1:30 p.m. This program is tailored to get you up to speed about current Life Insurance trends. There are many more features of Life Insurance, such as retirement supplements, tax savings, college tuition planning, and so on. It’s also known that long-term care insurance is turning into a necessity, as longevity becomes a reality due to the rapid development of technology and healthcare. However, traditional long-term care policies are very expensive with use-it-or-lose-it limitation. The good news is that there is a Life Insurance that may cover long-term care costs at your choice. Life Insurance has been evolving to meet the need for the middle class families and individuals. Come and learn more about the benefits of “modern” Life Insurance and explore your financial options in every facet of your life.

The highly knowledgeable Kent resident, Katrina Luca, CPA and Dr. Theresa Kung of Sandy Hook will fill you in on all of benefits of Life Insurance.

Katrina Luca, CPA has been living in Kent with her husband and son for 12 years. Katrina has been practicing tax and accounting at a local CPA firm and working as a tax consultant at IBM. Currently she is offering her practical tax aspects and financial professionalism to benefit families and individuals to gain their financial foundations.

Dr. Theresa Kung is a resident of Sandy Hook. Her family moved to Connecticut 4 years ago from California. Theresa is a Senior Marketing Director with World Financial Group. She has many years of experience in helping families reach their financial goals, including Education Fund, Retirement Planning, Tax Saving Strategy, Family Protection, Long Term Care, and Estate Planning.

This event is free and open to the public. To register or for more information call the Library, 860-927-3761; email; stop by the Library; or visit the Library’s online calendar at