No. Term life insurance has no "surrender value", so is no good as collateral. The insurance that you might be able to borrow against is "whole life".
No. To the best of my knowledge, veteran's life insurance has no cash value.
Probably not. You need to contact the company and ask your question there.
yes, as long as the policy is still in force you can borrow agains it
If your life insurance policy has cash value, you can borrow from the cash value inside. If you have a term policy with an accelerated death benefit rider then you may be able to borrow against the death benefit if you have a terminal illness.
if its a cash value policy contact the companies customer service line.
Take a look at your policy paying attention to the illustration in the guaranteed column. This will show you how much money you will have to borrow against in a given year. When there is enough you can borrow against it. But be careful!
The key difference between life insurance and whole life insurance is that regular life insurance carries a fixed term while whole life insurance covers one's entire lifetime. Whole life insurance also accumulates a cash value that one can borrow money against.
No. Group life does not belong to you.
Zero. Term insurance has no cash value from which to borrow. Although term policies do not have cash value, some do offer a rider called the ROP Rider (return of Premium rider). We have known of one company that allowed individuals to borrow against the value of their ROP rider. please contact your agent or the insurance company.
No to avoid estate tax penalty