Life & Health Insurance

Life & Health Insurance Information

Types of Life Insurance:

  1. Whole Life:  Affordable starter policies for children or older people looking to add more life insurance for final expense reasons. Provides a lifetime of guaranteed coverage; cash surrender values accumulate to provide emergency funds or short term money needs.  

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  2. Universal Life:  This type of life insurance is more flexible than Whole Life.  The policy can be structured to provide coverage for an individual or the entire family.  Premium payments can be structured to meet current financial needs; they may be skipped entirely, extra sums may be added; policy may be paid up yearly, etc.  Accumulates cash value. 

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  3. Term Insurance:  There are many types of term insurance; Level Term (premium stays the same for specified period; 10, 20, 30 years); Annual Renewable Term (premium changes each year); Decreasing Term (death benefit decreases each year)  

    Click Here to see the lowest rates available on Term Policies.

  4. No Exam Life:  Don't want to schedule an exam, or have to wait for medical reports? Then our "No Exam" life insurance is for you! Whole and Term life policy types available.  This is for those who are generally in good health; and for only a few more dollars, you can choose to bypass the traditional medical exam. 

    Click Here  to see if you are eligible!

Remember, the best way to figure out the amount and type of life insurance that makes sense for your particular situation is to meet with a qualified life insurance professional.

Types of Health Insurance:
  1. Long Term Care: Because of old age, mental or physical illness, or injury, some people find themselves in need of help with eating, bathing, dressing, toileting or continence, and/or transferring (e.g., getting out of a chair or out of bed). These six actions are called Activities of Daily Living–sometimes referred to as ADLs. In general, if you can’t do two or more of these activities, or if you have a cognitive impairment, you are said to need “long-term care.”

    Depending on the plan selected, (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) a daily benefit is paid to a state approved facility while a resident is in the facility (adult day care, assisted living, community care, hospice, or nursing home). The cost of the policy is based on the plan selected.
  2. Disability Income Insurance: Your earning power is your most valuable asset.  The disability Income policy provides monthly benefits based on the plan you select.  Coverage is provided whether you are hurt on or off the job. Premiums are based on your current income and the plan you select. A choice of coverage periods and waiting periods are available which plays a part in premium determination.

          There are two types of Disability policies:

               A.  Short-Term Disability policies (STD) have a waiting period of 0 to 14 days with a 
               maximum benefit period of no longer than two years.

               B.  Long-Term Disability policies (LTD) have a waiting period of several
               weeks to several months with a maximum benefit period ranging from a
               few years to the rest of your life. 


               Long Term Care Rates                                          Disability Insurance Rates


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