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Signature Term Level Premium Life Insurance

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Key Facts

  • 10–year level premium – Ages 18-70
  • 15–year level premium – Ages 18-65
  • 20–year level premium – Ages 18-60
  • 30–year level premium – Ages 18-50
  • Coverage Amounts: $50,000+
  • Features:
    Accelerated Benefit, Disability Waiver of Premium, Children’s Term
  • Riders may vary and may not be available in all states.

What make Signature Term policies so powerful?

  • Cost Effective – Least expensive, form of life insurance 
  • Customized Coverage - Term options: 10, 15, 20 and 30 level terms
  • Predictable Premiums – Fixed premiums
  • Benefit Acceleration – Access to your death benefit in advance.
  • Option to Convert – Adjust protection to meet your changing needs

Consider Signature Term Life and Pay for Pure Protection

Signature Term is life insurance made simple. It offers affordable protection that can help keep your dreams for your family alive and well.

Signature Term Life coverage is best for…

  • Young adults with kids to send to college
  • Adults with mortgage or other debts
  • Income replacement for surviving spouse
  • Adults on a budget that need more coverage

Customize a policy today that meets your needs for tomorrow.

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Wondering how many years you need?

Signature Term Life offers affordable protection designed to provide coverage for a specific number of years. Choose from 10, 15, 20 or 30 year term lengths and pay coverage only for the time needed. Signature Term Life is renewable and convertible insurance that provides a level death benefit that only pays a death benefit if you die during the term. For instance, you may decide that you only need coverage until your children graduate college, or a particular debt is paid, such as a mortgage or student loans.

Did You Know?

31%
of people say within 1 month they would feel the financial impact of the death of the primary wage earner.
Source: Facts from LIMRA Life Insurance Awareness Month, September 2014.
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