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  • Writer's pictureDebbie Rosenberg

Understanding Term vs. Whole Life Insurance: Which is Right for You?


Choosing the right life insurance policy can be challenging, especially with so many options available. Let me help you understand the key differences between term and whole life insurance:


Term Life Insurance:


Affordability: Generally offers lower premiums, making it a cost-effective choice.


Coverage Duration: Provides coverage for a specific period, such as 10, 20, or 30 years.


Simplicity: Straightforward protection without cash value accumulation.


Best For: Temporary needs, such as covering a mortgage or providing for dependents until they’re financially independent.


Whole Life Insurance:


Lifelong Protection: Offers coverage for your entire life, ensuring your beneficiaries receive a payout no matter when you pass away.


Cash Value: Builds cash value over time, which you can borrow against or withdraw.


Fixed Premiums: Premiums remain constant throughout the life of the policy.


Best For: Long-term financial planning, estate planning, and those seeking lifelong coverage with a savings component.


Both types of policies have unique benefits, and the right choice depends on your specific needs and goals. I’d love to help you explore your options and find the best fit for you.

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