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Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance and term life insurance are very different, but have some similarities.
This article will provide an overview of each life insurance option, how each compares to one another and which one might be right for you.
Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance is a type of whole life insurance policy that can help cover your final expenses when you pass away.
It’s sometimes referred to as a final expense life insurance policy.
One policy, AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance, may provide up to $25,000 in financial support that your loved ones can use after you pass away. If you're between the ages of 50 and 85, your acceptance is guaranteed. You don't have to answer any health questions or submit to a medical exam to apply.
Term life insurance provides life insurance coverage for a set period of time, such as five, 10 or 20 years.
The coverage will stay in place for that set amount of time as long as you pay your premiums.
The exact policy details and limitations will vary depending on which insurance company you choose.
Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance and term life insurance are only similar in one main way.
Both allow your beneficiaries to use the policy’s death benefit (your policy’s coverage amount) any way they want. This means that your family will have the freedom to use the money for your final expenses, medical debt, consumer debt or any personal expenses they face.
Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance and term life insurance differ in the following five ways:
First, the coverage length will vary from policy to policy. AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance offers permanent life insurance coverage that lasts the rest of your life. On the other hand, term life insurance only provides coverage for a set term, such as 10 years.
Second, each policy may offer different coverage amount ranges. AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance offers coverage amounts ranging from $5,000 up to $25,000. Certain term life insurance policies may offer coverage amounts that start at a few thousand dollars and go up to a few million dollars.
Third, both policies have different age restrictions. AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance is only offered for people between the ages of 50 and 85. Many term life insurance plans have wider age ranges.
Fourth, the application process and underwriting rules will vary from policy to policy. If you’re 50-85 years of age, your acceptance is guaranteed for an AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance policy. You don’t have to answer any health questions or submit to a medical exam. Certain term life insurance plans have a long application process that may require you to answer health questions, provide blood work and submit to a medical exam.
Finally, AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance offers two living benefits at no additional cost: a chronic illness benefit and a terminal illness benefit. Some term life insurance policies may not offer living benefits.2
Your ideal life insurance policy will vary depending on several factors including your coverage needs, health, age and budget.
If you want permanent life insurance coverage that offers guaranteed acceptance, you may want to consider an AIG Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance policy.
Policies start at just $19 per month.1
A licensed insurance agent can help answer your questions about this type of policy and see if it will fit your coverage needs.
You can get started by calling a licensed insurance agent at 1-888-243-0322 or by filling out the form below.
1The advertised $19 monthly rate is only applicable to a 50-year-old woman receiving $5,000 worth of Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance coverage. Premiums will vary by issue age, gender and face amount. Premiums are level and guaranteed not to increase. Benefits amounts are subject to limitations.
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