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Answered 2013-05-29 08:45:40

The group term life insurance works just as a regular life insurance company would but their premiums are lower and they are very fair with their monthly prices.

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As long as you're still on the payroll of the company, your group term life insurance policy should still be active. Denise Mancini Disclaimer: I work for AccuQuote and this is my personal opinion.


The cost of term life insurance would depend greatly on certain factors such as age, health, habits, work. Each term life insurance company has many different plans with different rates.


This is a term that is generally used for a policy that is available to a ''group'' of people, such as all the employees at specific work place.


Almost all local insurance agencies will be willing to offer you a life insurance plan that is adequate. Your place of work will also offer life insurance. It is often an added bonus, but if not, may be purchased through them at a group rate.


If you are referring to group term life insurance the answer is no. The policy is a group policy and the policyholder is the company and the employee only and a spouse has no right to the policy. Sometimes there are individual life insurance policies sold to employees on a payroll deduction basis and they are group billed to the employer. These policies are able to be taken by the employee if they change employer and they can just change the payment type so that they pay the policies themselves.


Yes, unless your health condition is expected to be fatal in the next few years. However, if the condition shortens life span, your insurance rate will be higher. You could also consider life insurance through work or a mortgage payoff life insurance, which you can qualify for even if term life insurance is out of reach.


Those who have dependents, debts and a limited budget are logical candidates for term life insurance. Term life insurance will cover the critical years of your life when debts are high and budgets are tight. This way, if you die, your family can use the death benefits to pay off all your debts and still have enough to survive on. Disclaimer: I work for AccuQuote and this is my personal opinion.



The term actuaries refers to a person who calculates the insurance risks and and premiums. They have to judge the risks regarding life insurance to work out the premiums they should give to that person or company.


Keep in mind that usually life insurance through your employer does not leave with you when you leave work. So if it is 10 years and you decide to leave, you will at that time have to get your own individual life insurance. Now you are 10 years older and your height and weight could be different and you could have medical conditions. Yes, it is a good idea to get life insurance in addition to your work insurance. This way you will be covered at a younger age.


Before looking for different companies that sell term life insurance, one should check with their place of employment to see if they sell term life insurance. If one's employer offers this as a benefit, it will be the most affordable option because the company general helps pay for the coverage. If one's place of work does not offer this as a benefit, Met Life, All State, State Farm, and Farmers all offer term life insurance at reasonable rates, while still being reputable companies.


Term life insurance is by definition coverage for a period of time – it's temporary, and it builds no cash value over the life of the policy. When comparing online quotes for term life insurance, remember that you may also have life insurance through your employer that, when combined with the term life insurance policy's face amount, may provide enough coverage for your spouse, your children, or elderly parents in your care. When comparing online quotes, determine first how much coverage you need to protect those you may leave behind, and then determine how long that coverage will likely need to be in effect. For example, you may need only enough to cover the mortgage and remaining expected college expenses for your spouse and children. So, calculate the number of years and the approximate amount of money needed. Then use one of the many Internet websites to compare premium rates for those factors – amount of time and face value of the policy. Brokerage sites work with a wide number of life insurance companies, so running comparisons on online quotes for term life insurance has never been simpler. Term life insurance rates have been declining for the last two decades, partly due to the fact that Americans are overall healthier and live longer. Remember that term life insurance rates increase with the insured's age, so doing your comparison shopping earlier is a good idea. Who typically needs term life insurance? Term life insurance is most often purchased by younger individuals on a budget who need to obtain the maximum amount of payout protection at the lowest price available. These individuals are often single or married parents with young children who would be left in dire financial circumstances if one or both parents were no longer alive. How does term life insurance work? A term life insurance policy pays the beneficiary or beneficiaries the face amount of the life insurance policy if the insured person dies during the term of the life insurance policy. This means that a 15-year term life insurance policy with the face amount of $250,000 would pay that amount to the beneficiary or beneficiaries according to the terms of the policy if the insured person were to die during that 15 years in which the policy was in effect. What happens when the term is over? Often life insurance provider companies offer the insured the option to convert their term life insurance policies to permanent life insurance policies during the term of the policy. This can be a financially attractive option for many policy holders whose financial circumstances may have changed during the term of the original life insurance policy. A permanent life policy, often called whole life insurance, is a different coverage and the amount of its worth grows over time, giving the dependents of the insured a guaranteed payout when the insured dies.


Life insurance companies offer no exam life insurance policies and comparison quotes over the Internet all the time. Life insurance brokerage companies work with life insurance providers to make no exam life insurance policies highly available and because these brokerage companies work for multiple life insurance providers, they can often make comparing policies very simple to do. What is no exam life insurance? The term no exam refers to no medical examination. Life insurance providers are betters, and the like to bet on winners based on a set of statistical scores that indicate whether a person is more or less likely to die based on their medical history. For that reason, many life insurance policies require a medical exam, but for people with a problematic medical history or those who have pre-existing medical conditions, it's not possible for them to qualify for a life insurance policy that requires a medical exam. Therefore, many life insurance providers have designed no exam life insurance policies to cover people who either don't want to or can't take a medical exam and be qualified for a life insurance policy. To shop for no exam life insurance, a person can either work with an agent or do their own research using the Internet. A simple search engine search for 'no exam life insurance' will yield a vast number of results, but you may find it's best to work with the recognized life insurance broker companies as they have access to a wider number of life insurance policies and can make comparing no exam life insurance policies much easier to do. After you find a list of no exam life insurance policies you may qualify for, you'll want to determine how much life insurance coverage you need and what type of coverage you need: term or whole. A term policy covers the insured for a period of time – the term of the policy. A whole policy covers the insured over their entire life as long as premiums are paid. Term policies by default require less in premiums than whole policies.


Universal Life Insurance Policies work by giving death benefits when one dies. Unlike other life insurance policies, universal life insurance policies generate interest over time.


yes, 15 year term insurance work out cheaper than annual ones. It is a one year policy but the insurance company guarantees it will issue a policy ... Premiums are much higher than term insurance in the short-term, ...



You would need a whole life or an universal life policy with an income rider, and possibly a long term care insurance policy which would fall under a health insurance policy.


Progressive Insurance Gives a Number of Different Rates From Different Companies to Compare All in One Easily Accessible Place. Alternatively There Are Many Local Brokers of Term Life Insurance Rates in Your Area That Will Do the Leg Work of Collecting Quotes From Different Insurers That Match Your Needs.


Not at all as long as you get to the "right" life insurance company. There are a number of life insurance companies that specialize in depression life insurance, bipolar life insurance, anxiety life insurance. The key is to work with an impaired risk life insurance expert who can direct you to the correct company based on your specific circumstances.


Term life insurance can be estimated online after provided some simple information such as birthday and filling out a general health screen. To get the actual price more information about your health will need to be provided and a physical, including routine blood work, will be done.


A life insurance policy is not a person and does not work therefor it does not have a professional occupation.


The answer to that question is in the love you have for your family and the character that you do or do not have. Here is the question...Do you want to have life insurance in force when you die? Do you want to have insurance to pay for the burial, tombstone, cremation, all final expenses, left over medical bills, final ride in the ambulance, cemetery plot, perpetual care, probate, estate taxes, etc etc? All is well with term insurance if it is in force when you die, but like most people you don't know when you are going to die and usually it is after the term insurance has expired or you let it lapse because you can't afford it anymore or your future health prevents you from buying any more. I suggest to ALL my clients that they should have at least a burial policy as a minimum. Term insurance is pure profit for the insurance companies as only 2% of all policies ever pay a death claim. Think about it...AnswerUnderstanding the differences between whole life policy and term life policies will help you to see whether you would like to purchase both kinds of policies for your specific situation. Whole life insurance suits the person who has expenses that do not diminish over time such as estate taxes, etc. Whole life insurance can also work as an investment. There is cash value attached to whole life insurance after a certain number of years, which the owner can avail of in times of need.In comparison, term life insurance offers no cash value. And once the term is over you do not get any refund on your premiums, unless you opt for a ROP term policy.Term vs. Whole Life Insurance may help you grasp the features of both these policies.


Short Term Disability Insurance replaces a portion of your income should you become sick or injured and unable to work.


If the life insurance is part of a group life insurance policy, you will lose the benefits when employment stops. That's why it is recommended to get your personal life insurance policy, which you can take with you when you change jobs or in case of unemployment. It is never too late to get a new policy on your own. Talk to an experienced independent agent that can offer multiple options.


I would strongly recommend you work with an independent broker! Not knowing your personal circumstanzes on all the underwriting criteria I could not make an accurate recommendation. If you want it all with one company you might sacrifice savings on premiums or protection as one company might not offer the best coverage for both life and DI or the best premiums. I will often place individuals with different companies based on their needs and underwriting issues. I do like to work with IL Mutual and Assurity for life and DI when you want it all with one company. I try to keep away from the Mets, Prus and JHAnswerThere are many reputed life insurance companies that can offer you short term disability insurance and family life insurance. Lincoln Financial Group, Prudential are two of the top-ranked companies offering short-term disability insurance. Both have a good reputation and sound financial integrity.