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family posing outsideInsurance can be a complex subject. From car insurance to home insurance to life insurance, there is so much to know before you can make an informed decision for you and your family. Fortunately, this post will discuss the many options you have regarding life insurance. There are many different types of life insurance available. The type of insurance you choose should depend on your overall objective. Consider the three main types of life insurance and discuss your options with a qualified insurance agent.

Whole Life Insurance

Whole life insurance is a popular option among people who have life insurance. Like many others, you may find whole life insurance attractive because it doesn’t expire. Additionally, whole life insurance allows the policyholder to build cash value, which you can borrow from during a financial need or hardship.

Whole life insurance offers the added benefit of customization. You can add additional riders to your whole life insurance to ensure that you get the coverage you need for your entire family.

Term Life Insurance

Term life insurance is temporary insurance. If you are like most people, term life insurance is purchased strategically for a specific amount of time. For the most part, you can purchase a term life insurance policy for 10, 20 or 30 years. Prior to the term ending, your insurance agent may contact you to convert your term life insurance policy into a whole life insurance policy.

You may find that term life insurance is affordable and flexible. With term life insurance, you can get a substantial death benefit at a fraction of the cost of purchasing a whole life insurance policy. Having a budget-friendly option for life insurance helps many people get the coverage their family needs.

Universal Life Insurance

Universal life insurance is commonly referred to as a hybrid of both whole and term life insurance. Like term life insurance, universal life insurance is an affordable option. You get the benefit of purchasing a policy with a substantial death benefit, which helps your family focus on continuing their current lifestyle after you are gone. However, universal life insurance also offers policyholders the ability to build cash value like a whole life insurance policy.

The policy you choose should depend on where you are in life. If you have a mortgage or car loan, it makes sense to purchase a term policy that can help your family pay off the debt after you’re gone. By talking with your agent, you can determine the best life insurance strategy for your family.

Is your family covered? Call Mosely Insurance Agency at (405) 224-1000 for more information on Chickasha life insurance.
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