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Term life insurance is temporary insurance, which covers a person against death for a limited amount of time (the amount of time covered is called the "term"). A term may be renewable for a second or third time, up to a certain age. Some term life policies can be converted to permanent life insurance.
Permanent life insurance is permanent, for as long as the premiums are paid. There are several types of permanent insurance (whole life is common), all of which: have a cash value; provide a death benefit; last throughout a person's life for as long as premiums are paid; and can be used for wealth management, estate planning, etc. .
There are a vast number of advantages to using term insurance as a superior alternative to the bank's mortgage protection.
No medical life insurance is guaranteed life insurance that does not have any medical questions.
These scenarios can be used as a tool to help people get a better understanding of their life insurance needs.
Permanent life insurance is often used for wealth and estate management, since it provides a means to managing your estate in a manner that best benefits your children and other people who depend on you.
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