How permanent life insurance is different than term life insurance

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What is group life insurance?

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Group life insurance is a type of life insurance in which a single contract covers an entire group of people. Typically, the policyowner is an employer or an entity such as a labor organization, ...

What is a ‘Group Health Insurance Plan’

A group health insurance plan is an insurance plan that provides healthcare coverage to a select group of people. Group health insurance plans are one of the major benefits offered by many employers. These plans are generally uniform in nature, offering ...

Insurance vs assurance

The specific uses of the terms “insurance” and “assurance” are sometimes confused. In general, in jurisdictions where both terms are used, “insurance” refers to providing coverage for an event that might happen (fire, ...

Universal life coverage

Universal life insurance (ULl) is a relatively new insurance product, intended to combine permanent insurance coverage with greater flexibility in premium payments, along with the potential for greater growth of cash values. There are several types of ...

Liability coverages follow the car

The guy who borrowed your car may get the ticket and the driver’s license points, but it’s your insurance that will pay if he caused the accident. Mark LeMaster, general counsel at SafeAuto Insurance, says, “Lending your car — called ...

Why insurance follows the car

If you let your best friend borrow your car and he speeds through a red light and crashes, whose car insurance policy pays for damage done to your car and others harmed in the accident? If you said his, you’d be dead wrong. Typically, an auto insurance ...

Life insurance

Life insurance is a contract between an insurance policy holder and an insurer or assurer, where the insurer promises to pay a designated beneficiary a sum of money (the benefit) in exchange for a premium, upon the death of an insured person (often the ...
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