Life insurance can help provide you with a measure of comfort and peace of mind, knowing that your loved ones will remain financially secure in the event of your death. But how do you determine your life insurance needs?
Life insurance can be a helpful tool for anyone who wants to protect their loved ones, but roughly 40% of Americans don’t have life insurance.
You might strongly consider getting life insurance if any of the following apply to you:
You have a spouse
Once you’ve determined that life insurance is a good choice for you, it’s important to find the right type.
There are generally two basic kinds of life insurance policies: term and whole life insurance.
Term life insurance oﬀers coverage for a set amount of time or “term.” This may be a span of 5 years, 10 years or more. One of the underlying ideas here is that you’re seeking protection for a set amount of time, which might correspond to when your children are growing up and taking oﬀ for college, etc.
Whole life insurance, a kind of permanent life insurance, builds value over the entirety of your life, and remains in eﬀect as long as you pay your premiums according to your plan. These kinds of plans can be used as an investment vehicle, since their value increases over time.
AIG Life Insurer Companies oﬀers four diﬀerent types of term life policies to meet your individual needs:
You choose the term — between one and 30 years — and the benefit amount. Enjoy peace of mind during times in your life when you need it the most.
If you need help determining your life insurance needs, speak with a licensed agent at 866-971- 4232.
 Source: http://www.bankrate.com/finance/insurance/money-pulse-0715.aspx
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