In the event of your passing, life insurance provides money directly to your beneficiaries. They can use the money for:
Term life insurance offers protection for your loved ones for a specified period of time—usually from one to 20 years. If you stop paying premiums, the insurance stops. Term policies pay benefits if you die during the period covered by the policy; but they do not build cash value.
Universal and whole life insurance policies are intended to protect your loved ones permanently, as long as you pay your premiums. Some types of these policies accumulate cash value.
Whether you're looking for the affordability of term insurance, the lifelong protection and cash value of permanent insurance, or a combination of both, we have options to fit your needs and budget.
-Making up for your lost income
-Funding a child's education
-Paying off household debt
-Paying for your funeral and other related expenses