Term Life Insurance Q&A
- Why should I choose BeyondQuotes?
- Which companies do we represent?
- Is BeyondQuotes licensed where I live?
- Is my information confidential?
- Do you only offer rate quotes?
- How do we choose which companies to represent?
- How much Term Life Insurance do I need?
- What are "level" policies?
- What should be the term length?
- Is it worth insuring my spouse on my policy?
- Can you explain the difference between Term and Whole Life plans?
- I suffer form a pre-existing condition. Can I still be insured?
Applying for a Policy
- How do I apply for Term Life Insurance?
- How do I find the best value plan for my needs?
- What is the waiting period between applying and coverage?
Joint Life Policies Explained
Joint life policies serve to benefit not just the spouse or partner, but will also protect dependants should both policyholders expire at the same time. It has been clearly stated that death benefit would be allocated after the death of first or the second partner, depending on the situation.
If both the insured work in a high risk environment, you may be expected to wait until the death of the second person before receiving money. The benefit is paid after the death of a person.
An overview of Joint life insurance
The amount of money spent in buying single life insurance plans is unnecessarily huge and beyond explanation. There was a time when people used to buy single policies but the situation is changing fast. It is as simple a question to answer that why would you like to spend extra.
These policies are specifically designed to provide more options to couples or people in serious relationships. There is no point in buying two single insurance plans with higher premiums. It keeps things simple and straight.
The best part is that you can easily find the difference once you start comparing both the options together. It is better suited to meet the requirements of couple looking to buy one single plan with all the benefits combined.
Benefits of Joint life insurance:
The monthly rates are comparatively higher but certainly less than two standalone policies put together.
You would receive benefits yearly. You can either choose to take it in one sum when the policy term is coming to an end or be given in cash yearly.
This type of insurance comes with an investment product that counts as an asset which policyholders can borrow against. Any money that hasn't been repaid at the end of the policy's term will be deducted from the death benefit.
This method safeguards the joint policyholders against the possibility in which they are not capable of paying premiums, such as cash surrender, automatic premium loans etc.
Policyholders would receive the entire amount in the eventuality of their suffering a serious disease, thus protecting themselves financially after a severe illness.