Live Long, Live Fully. Term Life Offers Basic, Affordable Coverage That Protects Loved Ones For A Set Period Of Time.
The future is full of promise. At the same time, it holds uncertainty. Life insurance is there to help you enjoy life by easing some of your worries.
Term life is a simple product designed to provide money for your family (or your business) if you’re not there. While it doesn’t provide for protection beyond the set length of time you’ve chosen, it can be the most affordable way to protect your loved ones.
Even if you’re on a tight budget, this basic insurance coverage represents a great starting point.
You may decide in the future that you wish to build a cash asset and convert your policy to a form of permanent insurance, or even a combination of term and permanent. This would enable you to maintain the security that life insurance provides to your loved ones, for your whole life, while building a tax-advantaged asset.1
What’s Term Life Insurance?
What is term life, and what does term length for life insurance mean? With term life insurance, you pick a set period of time, known as a level term premium period, such as 10, 15, 20, or 30 years, to be covered by insurance. This length of time is known as the “term.” Based on the amount of coverage you purchase, your loved ones will receive a guaranteed amount of money in the event that you pass away. Your named beneficiaries will receive a payment for the pre-agreed amount.
The Benefits Of Term Life
Term life insurance is an affordable way to make sure your family is covered in the event that you pass away. While it doesn’t have a savings component, it’s the simplest way to provide coverage for your loved ones. Some of the benefits of term life insurance include:
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2 All life insurance policy guarantees are subject to the timely payment of all required premiums and the claims paying ability of the issuing insurance company.