A well-planned life insurance policy enables your loved ones to cover their immediate cash needs in the event of your death, but should also replace your income so that your family maintains their current standard of living. We believe in providing families with a benefit that can be invested conservatively, generating interest earnings sufficient to pay monthly expenses.

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What type of Life Insurance Coverage do you really need?

Life Insurance comes in two basic flavors, Term Life Insurance and Permanent Life Insurance. If you are clear on WHY you need a life insurance policy, it is generally clear which kind of life insurance plan is appropriate for you.

Term Life Insurance Policies are disaster management tools.

Permanent Life Insurance Policies are inter-generational wealth transfer tools.

Term Insurance

If you are a parent, and have a spouse and children dependent on you for income it would be financially disastrous if you died prematurely. Term Life Insurance plans are designed as risk management tools to cover that financial loss. Term Life Insurance insures you against death for a specified number of years and then ends (the Life Insurance Policy Term).
e.g. If you buy a 10 year term life insurance policy and die in the eighth year, the carrier will pay the full life insurance benefit defined in the policy. If, however, you die in the eleventh year, the policy will have expired and you will have no life insurance coverage in force.
The cost of term life insurance is significantly lower than the cost of permanent life insurance policies, because statistically EVERYBODY OUTLIVES THEIR TERM LIFE INSURANCE POLICY. We often speak to clients who feel that they've wasted money if they don't die and collect on their term life policies.

We just remind them that Dying Is Bad.

Permanent Insurance

If you want to be sure that your life insurance is in force whether you live to 60 or to 90, then you need a permanent life insurance policy. You should never buy a term life insurance policy as part of an estate plan where you are counting on the cash becoming part of an inheritance. Often the least expensive option for pure insurance forever is a no lapse guaranteed universal life insurance policy.

At Life Insurance. Net we have years of experience working with families across the country on identifying their core life insurance requirements. We can provide competitive term life insurance quotes, or universal life insurance quotes from A and A+ rated life insurance companies in almost any state. Just fill out our online life insurance quote form or call us for a personal quote on life insurance for you and your family.

We believe that an educated consumer can ask the right questions and to find the best insurance solution. Our life insurance educational center will help you understand how insurance works, what carriers are looking for, and how you go about getting the life insurance policy that is right for you and your family.

New Mexico Term and Universal Life Insurance

New Mexico Life Insurance Resources

Universal Life (UL), also called “Flexible Premium Adjustable Life Insurance,” entered the New Mexico Term and Universal Life Insurance market in the early 1980s as a more flexible version of Whole Life Insurance. Like Whole Life, UL features a savings element that grows on a tax-deferred basis. A portion of your premiums are invested by the insurance company in assets like bonds, mortgages and money market funds. The return on the investments is credited to your policy tax-deferred. A guaranteed minimum interest rate applied to the policy (usually around 4%) means that, no matter how the investments perform, the insurance company guarantees a certain minimum return on your money. If the insurance company does well with its investments, the interest rate return on the accumulated cash value will increase.

New Mexico Department of Insurance:   The state insurance department website includes consumer and licensee resources including a listing of all licensed life insurance agents and companies which make up the New Mexico Life insurance market.

New Mexico Life & Disability Insurance Guaranty Association: The state life insurance guaranty association works to guarantee the safety of all New Mexico Life Insurance coverage, even in the face of an insolvency by a member life insurance company.

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North Dakota Term and Universal Life Insurance

North Dakota Life Insurance Resources

Whole Life Insurance is permanent life insurance protection for your entire life, usually to age 100. A Whole Life policy is contractually guaranteed not to lapse, provided that you pay sufficient premiums each year to keep the policy in force. Besides permanent North Dakota Term and Universal Life Insurance lifetime insurance protection, Whole Life Insurance features a savings element that allows you to build cash value on a tax-deferred basis. A portion of the premiums you pay build up the savings element of the policy and are invested by the company. The interest rate return on your investment is added to the savings portion of the policy. This is how the policy builds cash value. In addition to crediting your policy with interest, “participating” policies issued by mutual insurance companies may also give you the opportunity to earn dividends. Dividends are a NON-guaranteed return of part of the premium intended to reflect a company’s favorable operating experience.

North Dakota Department of Insurance – The state insurance department website includes consumer and licensee resources including a listing of all licensed life insurance agents and companies which make up the North Dakota Life insurance market.

North Dakota Life & Health Insurance Guaranty Association The state life insurance guaranty association works to guarantee the safety of all North Dakota Life Insurance coverage, even in the face of an insolvency by a member life insurance company.

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Life Insurance Accelerated Death Benefit Riders

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Many life insurance policies issued today include an Accelerated Death Benefit Rider . Under an Accelerated Death Benefit Rider, the carrier will pay part of the death benefit to a policy owner if the insured is proven to have an illness anticipated to result in the death of the insured within a specified time period. While the Internal Revenue code allows for life expectancies as long as 24 months, most carriers will trigger the rider only with a mortality period of less than 6 months. The amount of the life insurance death benefit available is determined by the company according to a predetermined formula or percentage of the policy face amount. In general the carriers work to keep their benefits tax free, but tax treatment and program requirements within a company by state.

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Chicago, Illinois Life Insurance Quotes

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Life insurance is regulated by the states, not the federal government. So the requirements and provisions of life insurance policies, while generally pretty standardized, can vary from state to state. Here are the provisions which the state of Illinois considers mandatory for all Life Insurance in Illinois.

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Vermont Term and Universal Life Insurance

Vermont Life Insurance Resources

Term Life Insurance pays a specific lump sum to your designated beneficiary if you die within the period covered by the policy. The policy protects your family by providing money they can invest to replace your salary, and to cover immediate expenses incurred by your death. Vermont Term and Universal Life Insurance is best for young, growing families, whose financial needs are especially high but whose resources are often insufficient to cover those needs.

Vermont Department of Insurance – The state insurance department website includes consumer and licensee resources including a listing of all licensed life insurance agents and companies which make up the Vermont Life insurance market..

Vermont Life & Health Insurance Protection Association: The state life insurance guaranty association works to guarantee the safety of all Vermont Life Insurance coverage, even in the face of an insolvency by a member life insurance company.

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