Insurance, Annuities, and Investments
Your life changes, so you need options that can help you keep up. A universal life insurance policy offers permanent life insurance with flexible premiums. This allows you to adjust the amount you pay each year – even month to month – as long as you have enough account value. You may also choose a policy with a guaranteed death benefit, which means your family is guaranteed to receive a lump sum of money in the event of your passing.
Death BenefitUniversal life insurance provides permanent coverage so that in the event of your passing, your family is protected. Some universal life policies offer an option to guarantee the death benefit as long as specified premiums are paid.
Flexible PremiumsAs long as there is enough value in your policy to cover the cost of insurance and administrative charges, you can decide how much premium to pay within certain limits. This means you have the option to pay extra sometimes, and less when you might need to.
Build Account ValueDepending on the premium you choose to pay, your account may build value. And if your account builds enough value, you can borrow from your policy for any reason you choose.1
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1Access to account values through borrowing and/or withdrawals will reduce the cash surrender value and may reduce the policy death benefit. Taking a policy loan could have adverse tax consequences if the policy terminates upon lapse or surrender or before the insured's death.