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How long has Transamerica Life Insurance been in business?
American Family Insurance was founded on October 3, 1927 in Madison, Wisconsin. So that would put them at 84 years of business.
TransAmerica is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AEGON N.V., whose ticker symbol is AEG as of 7/21/2011.
Long term life insurance refers to a term life insurance policy that is in effect for a long period of time, usually 15, 20 or 30 years. Term life insurance provides life… insurance protection for a specific number of years, usually 1-30 years. A short term life insurance policy may be 1-10 years. A long term life insurance policy may provide coverage for 15-30 or more years. Answer Do you mean a Life and Health product called Long Term CARE? If so, Long Term Care (LTC) coverage varies, but can pay for nursing home, hospice, home health care, "meals on wheels" type of assistance and other needs of the elderly or infirm. With the cost of nursing home care rising every year, it's wise to look into it. Your risks of having an auto claim are a little better than 1 in 200, a homeowners claim is even more remote, but one in two will be in a nursing home. Now that we're living longer, I expect these odds to worsen. I have this coverage, and the monthly premium is about the same cost as I can expect to pay DAILY once I'm in a nursing home. Also, young people who become ill or have tragic accidents are at risk as well, and the earlier you purchase it, the cheaper it is. Answer Term Life Insurance is in essence a temporary contract. This means that this type of insurance will expire after a specified term, usually between 10 to 30 years (though this can vary with individual providers). A long term life insurance policy is one with a coverage of 30 years. Unlike a whole life insurance policy, term life insurance does not accrue any cash value. Due to this, there are lower monthly premiums as you are in effect only paying for the 'pure' insurance, and not using this as an investment or savings. In the event of the insurer's death within the term, the death benefits can be claimed by the beneficiary. Since it offers high death benefits at inexpensive premiums, this type of policy is very popular. The main reasons for choosing a term life insurance policy would be to provide for your family in case of your death, to pay off any debts or mortgages, to cover funeral expenses and any estate taxes, to cover educational loans for your children, and to provide for an aging or retired spouse.
By name, process are: -New Business- receiving policy applications for new policies -Policy Underwriting- when an insurance company accepts a policy -Renewal - -Death Claims… -Agent Management, bonuses and commissions payment Items for Cash Value Life Insurance (when it is an investment) -Top Up, aka Sub Payments - Paying more into your policy -Partial Surrender - taking money out of your policy -Surrender - taking it all out -Customer Service - administrative changes like change of address, esp non money items -Annual Reports -Letters Output- sending email to policy holders -Annuity payment -Fund switching
Amica insurance has been in business for 105 years and their ratings are from 2 to 3 out of 5 stars.
Amtrak was founded in 1991.
"QBE was established in 1972. The original founders of the insurance company started doing business together in 1886 in the British Isles. Generations later after all three fo…unders immigrated to the United States, they created QBE."
The headquarters of the Transamerica Life Insurance Company is located at 4333 Edgewood Road NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52499-0001. This company is a subsidiary of Transamerica C…orporation which is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
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It depends on nature of the product. Term insurance for example, lasts a stated period of years. You can select a product with the desired duration. There are also options per…taining to whether the face value of the policy remains the same or declines, and whether the premium (the periodic amount paid for coverage) remains level or increases as you age. A level premium policy generally costs more than one in which the premiums increase with age, but it provides additional predictability as to cost. People often buy term insurance when they are raising a family and the need for the greatest death benefits exist (to pay for the care of their family if the insured dies prematurely). It is relatively inexpensive (depending upon health factors) and can be purchased in many dollar increments (for example, $50,000, $100,000 and more) Term insurance is purchased to secure the death benefit, and will terminate if the premium is not paid. It does not accumulate cash value. Sometimes the analogy is made that term insurance amounts to "renting" the policy. The other major category of life insurance is "whole life", sometimes referred to as permanent insurance. Despite the term "permanent", it remains in force only as long as premiums are paid. However, unlike term insurance, part of each premium goes to slowly build "cash value", which is a store of value within the policy which becomes the property of the policy owner. There can reach a point in the life of the policy that premiums no longer have to be paid because enough cash value has accumulated to support the policy. As long as premium is paid, the policy becomes "fully paid up" at a specific point in time.
Monumental life and Transamerica Lfie are not the same insurance companies; They both exist as companies under Aegon Financial umbrella. The way it was explained to me by a Tr…ansamerica / Monumental manager made it clear that in many ways it was the same, it appears they have a combined sales force and while the markets are separate they are careful not to step on each other toes. Monumental was positioned as lower income with some higher income and Transamerica as middle to high income. That Monumental was changing some of it's focus on home collections, trying to get away from them being the norm. With a refocus on new premium sales and a reduced emphasis on preventing lapses of accounts that require monthly in home collections. I was told that the compensation package had changed to reflect this. In my mind from an operational standpoint they were not same but very close cousins. It may depend on who you are and how it affects you, a consumer, agent, manager, stockholder for example. Maybe someone can add more that has better information.
Technically, you can take as long as you want. But it does you no good to wait because you only get the face value of the policy.
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The company was founded as Kyungsung Precision Industry in December 1944, and the name was changed to Kia Industries in 1952. It began building trucks in 1962 and cars in …1974, originally under license from Mazda.
Zurich Life Insurance has been a company since its founding in 1872 which is more than 140 ago. It is Switzerland's biggest insurer and the world's 79th largest public company… as of 2011.
Life insurance from Transamerica can provide two key benefits - a death benefit and a savings or investment benefit. The death benefit is well known and is simply a payment …to your designee if you die. However, there is also whole life insurance which is basically an investment with a minor death benefit added on. These have tax advantages but also high fees and so most folks advise buying "term (death benefit only) insurance and investing the difference."
The life insurance company Pacific Life has been in business since 1868. It was founded by Leland Stanford, the same man who founded Stanford University. It started in Sacrame…nto, California, though its headquarters today is in Newport Beach, California.