Term Insurance

A type of life insurance policy that is not whole life or written to cover the whole remainder of the insured's lifetime, but instead is written to cover only a period of time. Often that period of time is a set number of years, such as 10, 20 or 30 years. At other times, the policy is written for a term that expires at a specified age, for example, when the insured turns 65. This is the most inexpensive form of life insurance.


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