Universal Life Insurance
- Accumulate tax-deferred savings
- Vary your premiums
- Vary your benefit
- Suspend payments periodically
Term Life Insurance
Term Insurance covers you for a specified period of time, such as one, five, ten or twenty years. Once the term is expired, you must renew it, often at much higher rates. The policy only pays a death benefit if you die in that period of time. Term Insurance often has specific rules about when and how you can renew the policy. Term Insurance normally NEVER builds cash value. However, Term Insurance has the advantage of normally providing the highest death benefit for the lowest premium.
Ask us about which Life Insurance policy is right for you and your loved ones. We will be happy to explain the differences in simple, easy to understand terms.