Life Insurance

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Life Insurance

Life insurance offers payments after your death to your children, spouse, family members or any other beneficiaries. It’s an important safety net if anyone depends on you financially. A life insurance payout can be used to cover debts including mortgage and college loans as well as replace your income. There are two main types of life insurance (term and permanent) and deciding which is best for you depends on the financial burden your death causes for others.

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Buying life insurance can be quick and easy. We’ll walk you through the process and help get the right amount of coverage for you and your family.

Diffetrent Types of Life Insurance - Retirement Insurance

Get Insurance That Is Right For You

There are different types of life insurance.

Term life insurance. It covers a limited time period, such as 10, 20 or 30 years, and doesn’t build cash value. If you die within the term of your insurance, your beneficiaries receive the payout.

Permanent life insurance. It covers more than term and offers additional features including cash value that you can borrow against. Whole life, universal, and variable are among the best-known types of permanent life insurance.

How much life insurance do you need?

That depends on how much money you want your beneficiaries to receive. Ten times your annual income is a common estimate. When deciding, take into account your finances and future obligations, such as income, debts, and daily expenses.

What do I need to apply for life insurance?

You’ll likely need to provide information about your health and complete an in-person examination. You may also be required to submit information on your lifestyle, hobbies, and beneficiaries as well as your family’s medical history.

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