30 year life insurance falls under
the category of Term Life Insurance. That is, for thirty
years, you pay a premium that is usually cheaper than other
insurance. This amount stays the same for three
decades. Should the policy holder die within the 30-year
time frame, then the beneficiary receives the set amount stated
in the policy.
This type of insurance means
you don't need the financial value of your insurance to
increase. You are happy with the payout amount in the
policy and you don't need it to go up in cash value. For
example, you feel that $500,000 is enough to help your
beneficiaries pay for living expenses after your death.
This amount will remain the same and will not go up or down as
with other insurance that stay fickle with the market.
Two choices when picking your
30 year term life insurance:
Renewable term--This means that if the covered person does
not die within the allotted period on the policy, the coverage
can be renewed, but the premium, this time, will be
Level term--After the death of the covered individual, the
beneficiary receives a final figure--no less, no more.
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