Term life insurance is the simplest form of life insurance, and the least expensive way to start. Simply put, term life insurance is for a fixed period of time— five years, 10 years, 20 years or more, or up to a certain age. Typically, individuals buy term insurance to replace their income should they die during their working years.
It’s basic coverage: you pay the same premium for the entire time, and if you should die during the term the insurance is in force, your beneficiary receives the death benefit. Term life insurance is the least expensive solution for most families and, for that reason, is extremely popular.
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