Life Insurance

Our team of life insurance specialists can assist you through the challenging process of choosing your life insurance policy. In order to choose the option that works best for you, we will take your unique situation into account. Stabilize your financial future. Call us today.

About Senior Life Insurance

Senior life insurance is a contract between a person and an insurance company. The customer agrees to pay a specified amount, or “premium”, at regular intervals, and the company agrees to pay a designated amount to a beneficiary under certain circumstances (generally at the policy owner’s time of death).

Universal & Term life insurance

With term life insurance, the policy owner pays for a certain amount of time and the benefits are only available for a set period.

Whole or universal senior life insurance is guaranteed for the duration of the owner’s life. If set up correctly, these senior life insurance plans provide easy access to funds, while providing tax-advantaged growth of wealth.

Both kinds of senior life insurance have benefits. To find out which senior life insurance solution will work best for you, talk to our insurance professionals.

How does senior life insurance compare to other investment options?

All investment plans have pros and cons depending on your individual circumstances. In order to make the proper choice, selecting an experienced financial professional is necessary.

Who Needs Senior life insurance?

The simple answer? Everyone should buy senior life insurance.

Why Should You Buy Senior life insurance?

  • Provide the means for your family to pay for funeral expenses.
  • To cover the expense of children still living at home.
  • Paying off mortgages and other debts.

These are only some of the reasons why you should buy senior life insurance. Talk to a senior life insurance professional today to find out more.

Insurance Products guarantees are subject to the financial strength and claims‐paying ability of the issuing company, and may be subject to restrictions, limitations or early withdrawal fees. Annuities are not FDIC insured.


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