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Insuring your life, securing your families future. Life insurance can help provide continued financial support for your loved ones. Without you, their lives may never be the same. But that doesn’t mean their financial lives have to change.
  • outstanding mortgage
  • living expenses
  • college tuition
  • medical
  • retirement
  • bills funeral expenses
Level 10-Year Guaranteed Term Life Insurance Rates
Male and Female Preferred Elite (No Tobacco) Monthly Premium. Offered in New York State
Rates as of November 3, 2011
Face Amount $100,000 $250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000
Your Age male female male female male female male female
35 7.26 6.91 9.92 8.86 15.32 13.52 23.36 2 19.36 2
40 8.44 8.00 12.69 1 11.18 19.65 17.94 1 31.06 1 29.04 2
45 10.99 10.07 18.34 15.61 30.61 26.39 51.19 1 44.88 2
50 15.23 12.76 24.92 20.90 43.77 36.97 80.06 1 67.81 1
55 22.32 17.58 40.54 30.18 75.01 55.24 138.69 1 102.81 1
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Life Insurance Guide New York State

 How it works is simple: you pay premiums as required by your policy and, should you pass on, your insurance company pays out a benefit to the person you name as your beneficiary. This can be anyone you choose — a family member or someone who’s just like family.

 Life insurance can be a simple, reliable way to help provide for your family’s future. The protection it offers has many benefits.

 Quick availability for urgent needs. Although life insurance benefits are included in your estate for estate tax purposes, they generally pass to your beneficiaries income tax-free. This means more money is available sooner to cover funeral costs or other immediate expenses. Benefits are usually free from the delay of probate.
  • One-time cash payout. Life insurance benefits can be paid out in one lump sum. Your beneficiary can decide how and when they want to use them. Because of this, they may not have to worry about making money last from payment to payment.
  • Affordable protection. Some life insurance policies allow you to lock in the amount you pay for premiums for a number of years. By purchasing a life insurance policy while you’re young and healthy, it may cost less to insure you and your family later.
  • Peace of mind. One of the most important benefits of life insurance is the positive feeling that comes from knowing your family will be taken care of.

Choose a policy that best meets your needs.
There are two basic types of life insurance policies: term and permanent. Both pay a death benefit but work in different ways to meet your needs.
Term is for a set period of time.
Term Life insurance is a great way to get maximum income replacement/protection at a very affordable price. Usually Term insurance can be converted to a permanent policy latter in time. Term is usually less expensive because it only covers a set amount of time — such as 5, 10, 20 or 30 years. You choose the length of time and the amount your policy is worth. Then, your beneficiary receives the death benefit specified in your policy if you die before that term is over.
Permanent is for life.
Permanent life insurance has no term limits. It continues as long as you pay your premiums. In addition, your premiums are used to create returns. This provides cash value, which for fixed life insurance usually accumulates at a guaranteed minimum interest rate and is available to help fund retirement, emergencies and more.
There are many different types of permanent life insurance, most of which provide a cash value. The most basic way to break them down is into fixed and variable. With fixed, your cash value earns a fixed rate of return. With variable, you have more control over how your cash value is invested, and your return may vary.
Universal Life
This type of insurance is broader than whole life in that it gives you more flexibility. For example: After paying a set initial premium, you decide when and how much more you want to pay into your policy. But you must maintain enough cash value in the policy to cover the cost of insurance and related charges. You can skip payments as long as your cash value is adequate to cover the cost of insurance and related charges. You can increase or decrease your death benefit amount without buying a new policy (subject to additional terms and conditions).
Variable Universal Life
This option combines some features of universal policies: The option of investing your premiums in one or more sub-accounts, ranging from conservative to more risky. After paying a set initial premium, you decide when and how much more you want to pay into your policy. You can increase or decrease your death benefit amount without buying a new policy (subject to additional terms and conditions). Your cash value growth increases or decreases depending on the performance of your investment choices.
Whole Life
Also known as straight life, this is the simplest form of permanent life insurance. Key features are: The premium remains the same throughout the life of the policy. (Start young and this amount will be lower.) Cash value grows based on a guaranteed rate declared by the company each year. Opportunity to borrow against the cash value at the current policy loan interest rate.
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Rates are based on monthly payments as of Novenber 3, 2011 for policices issued by Genworth Life Insurance Company of NY. 1 rates from William Penn Life Insurance Co of NY. 2 rates from National Life Insurance Co of Vermont. The premiums will be the same for the first 10 policy years. Rates shown are for the best underwriting class (Preferred Elite); rates for other underwriting classifications would be higher. Rates quoted above are subject to change and are set at the company’s sole discretion. Further underwriting restrictions may apply. Other face amounts and guaranteed premium terms are available, but will have different rates than those shown here. Premium may be paid annually, semi-annually, quarterly or monthly; premium paid may differ based on payment mode selected. A medical exam may be required depending on age, health, or amount of coverage requested. Home offices of listed companies: Genworth Life Insurance Company Of New York 622 Third Avenue 33rd Floor, New York NY 10017. William Penn Life Insurance Company of New York 100 Quentin Roosevelt Boulevard, Garden City, New York 11530. National Life Insurance Co of Vermont 1 National Life Drive, Montpelier, Vermont 05604.
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