Last Updated: November 2020 Choosing to purchase life insurance at any age is a big decision. For 40-year-olds, life insurance can be a crucial tool to protect loved ones in the event of an unexpected passing. Below, you’ll learn why you might need life insurance at age 40. Then we’ll show you sample rates and.. Read More
Life Insurance: Research & Find Your Best Policy
When it comes to life insurance, it's often hard to find what you're looking for. We've made finding the best life insurance policy simple for you.
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Last Updated: September 2020 Finding term life insurance for seniors may seem like a daunting task. Perhaps you believe that you can’t be approved for coverage or that rates will be too expensive. Perhaps you believe that any health issues placing you into the high-risk life insurance category will impact rates so much that you.. Read More
Last Updated: August 2019 Many people ask us about AARP life insurance. They have one of the most popular organizations for life insurance for seniors, but that doesn’t mean that it’s automatically going to be the best plan possible. Before you purchase a life insurance plan through AARP (or if you already have one), it’s.. Read More
Last Updated: February 2020 If you’re considering purchasing life insurance from Prudential, you are in the right place. The article will review Prudential’s history, policies, conversion options, and show where Prudential life insurance is the most competitive. We often recommend Prudential Life Insurance and have helped 100’s of people purchase a policy through them. Prudential.. Read More
Last Updated: November 2020 Many 50-year-olds that are interested in buying life insurance carry the misconception that rates for life insurance increase substantially as soon as you get to your 50s. Yes, life insurance in your 50s is going to be more expensive than it was when you were 30, but it’s not astronomical. If.. Read More
Last Updated: April 2021 If you’re overweight or obese, you may be having a hard time finding affordable life insurance rates. If this is the case, the information in this article can help. Below we’ll show you how life insurance companies view obesity, how to calculate your life insurance rates, what you can do to.. Read More
Last Updated: September 2020 If you’re looking for a complete review of Mutual of Omaha life insurance, this is for you. Below we will cover the history of Mutual of Omaha, their financial ratings, policies, and more. By the end of this article, you will know if Mutual of Omaha can fulfill your life insurance.. Read More
Last Updated: March 2020 How in the world are you going to choose between the 6,000 insurance carriers out there? Luckily, we are here to help. We’ve reviewed dozens and dozens of insurance companies to help you find the one that’s going to work best for you. One of the most popular life insurance companies.. Read More
Last Updated: May 2020 Being diagnosed with lupus can change the way you view your health and your life and can definitely impact your attitude towards wanting to apply for life insurance. It’s a dire diagnosis to receive. After you’ve been diagnosed with a serious health problem, like lupus, you will probably start thinking about.. Read More
Last Updated: September 2020 Quick Tip: Choose “Regular” health class on the quoter on the side of this page and view rates on the next screen. If you’re a well-controlled Type 2 diabetic diagnosed over age 50, you can qualify for the rates displayed. Otherwise, you can still get coverage (with no medical exam even), but.. Read More