Two middle-age siblings are going through their recently deceased mother's belongings. The sister wistfully presses down a key on her mom's piano. Her brother asks what the problem is, and she replies that she wishes they didn't have to sell the piano to pay the funeral costs. Their mother didn't have life insurance, and they need to get the money somehow. This gets them talking about their own insurance situations. The brother hasn't been able to get coverage due to financial strains and health problems. But his sister suggests he try MassMutual's Guaranteed Acceptance Life Insurance, which she is confident he will qualify for. Her brother pats her shoulder with renewed confidence in his family's future.