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Each state has its own department or division of insurance which regulates, investigates and audits insurance businesses to ensure that companies remain solvent and meet their obligations to insurance policyholders. State Insurance Regulators are here to protect you and assist you with questions or complaints.
What if you own a Variable Life contract? Under these contracts, part of the premiums paid can be allocated among several types of underlying investment accounts, wherein the cash value is determined by the performance of those investments. Accordingly, Variable Life contracts require that you review a prospectus before investing money, and are regulated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.