NO. Life insurance premiums would NOT be deductible on your 1040 federal income tax return.
Life insurance premiums are not tax deductible, in general. However, group life insurance premiums are deductible for a business if the death benefit is $50,000 or less. Also, using key man insurance and executive bonus mechanisms, sometimes there can be some tax advantages. But, the premium is not deductible.
No. Also, it is probably not a good idea to try and deduct the premiums for diability or life insurance because if you deduct the premiums or if the employer pays the premiums then any benefits are then taxable. You certainly would not want to have to pay income tax on a large life insurance benefit just because you wanted to deduct a few hundred dollars of insurance premiums.
Personal life insurance proceeds are generally paid out free of income taxes as long as the premiums were paid with after-tax dollars. But if a business paid the premiums and deducted the premiums as an operating expense, then the life insurance proceeds would be taxable to the beneficiary.
Life insurance premiums vary by policy. There are few that offer single digit premiums.
You can find information of life insurance premiums, and what their purposes are by asking your current insurance company provider for information on it.
No they are not or the death benefit would be taxable. Since you said mortgage insurance I am assuming that you mean PMI or Private mortage insurance and not mortgage life insurance. Yes, mortgage insurance is tax deductible as of 2007. You can see the amount of PMI paid for the year on the final escrow statement that your mortgage lender sends you in December or January.
Allstate insurance covers the cost of particular items, like vehicles, boats, houses, apartments, items in dwellings, life, and retirement in exchange for a monthly premium and deductible. Monthly premiums vary based on what is being insured, the amount of the deductible, and your personal background.