Designing Spaces™ airing on the Lifetime Channel Partners with Transamerica for Segment on Universal Life Insurance

Designing Spaces™ airing on the Lifetime® Channel Partners with Transamerica for Segment on Universal Life Insurance

Tom Lukish from Transamerica will educate viewers on Thursday, September 4th on how Universal Life Insurance can be a powerful financial planning tool for families.

(Pompano Beach, FL – PR LOG – September 2, 2014) Award-winning home improvement show Designing Spaces™ airing on the Lifetime Channel and Transamerica are focusing the spotlight on how Universal Life Insurance can play an important role in a family’s future on Thursday, September 4th at 7:30 am (ET/PT). The episode is the final segment of Transamerica’s three part miniseries on the show, and will re-air on November 13, 2014.

Many people do not understand exactly how life insurance can help them and their families, so Designing Spaces brought in Tom Lukish, a licensed agent and manager with Transamerica Life Insurance Company to answer questions concerning permanent life insurance coverage, and explain how it can be a powerful financial planning tool for families.

Lukish will explain to a couple as well as viewers at home how TransACE®* Universal Life Insurance available from Transamerica offers permanent coverage that has the added benefits compared to term life insurance such as greater coverage flexibility, cash value and an Income Protection Option.

“We are excited to share with Designing Spaces viewers how permanent insurance such as Universal Life is another good life insurance option in addition to the term insurance we told them about last year,” says Larry Skurla, Marketing Director, Life & Protection Division, at Transamerica Life Insurance Company. “Being part of the miniseries with Designing Spaces is a great way to connect with our target demographic, and airing during national Life Insurance Awareness Month makes our segment especially relevant.”

“Over the course of their miniseries, Transamerica has given our viewers great information on all the different types of insurance they offer from bikes to dental, presented in an easy to understand way,” said Scott Moss, Director of Programming of Designing Spaces™ on Lifetime TV.

For more information, please visit: http://www.TransamericaDirect.com

About Designing Spaces™ on Lifetime® Television
Entering its 10th year, Designing Spaces continues to be one of America’s favorite home improvement shows. The show inspires viewers on decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects and step-by-step home improvements to help make every space count and provide solutions to help you enjoy the space you live, work and play in. Designing Spaces family of spaces includes Think Green Spaces, Kids Spaces and its widely popular Spaces of Hope which prides itself on assisting people and places in dire need of a makeover including children’s shelters, animal shelters, military families and more. Designing Spaces airs Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30am (ET/PT) on the Lifetime® channel.

To view special segments visit: http://www.designingspaces.tv

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*TransACE® is a non-participating, flexible-premium universal life insurance policy issued by Transamerica Life Insurance Company, Cedar Rapids, IA 52499. Policy Form No. ICC12 UL07 or UL07. Policy form number may vary, and this policy may not be available in all jurisdictions. In most states, in the event of suicide during the first two policy years, death benefits are limited only to the return of premiums paid.The Income Protection Option (IPO) provides an alternative payment method to a lump sum death benefit. The IPO allows the policy owner to structure the death benefit with monthly income payments, an initial lump sum, a final lump sum or a combination of the three. It provides monthly income payments that can be extended over a period of between 5 and 25 years. The initial and final lump sums are optional.

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