Life Insurance

Life Insurance

Life is complicated. Protecting your loved ones’ financial future from uncertainty and risk should not be a challenge for you or them! Our licensed team of experts at JLA Insurance Partners has helped many families create an affordable life insurance policy that protects what matters most with the right coverage at just about any price range, so call today if this sounds like something helpful in protecting those we care deeply about – thank-you very much

What Is Life Insurance?

Although the specific laws vary by state, all vehicles that travel on the road require some type of insurance. Therefore, whether your RV is a drivable model or a trailer designed to be pulled by another vehicle, you must ensure that your RV is covered by an appropriate insurance policy before hitting the open road.

RV insurance provides the kind offer that you need to have in case anything goes wrong. Whether it’s your motor home or travel trailer, we’ve got an option for every driver!

Types of Life Insurance

Term Life Insurance

Also called term assurance, term life insurance provides financial benefit at a fixed rate of payments for a pre-determined limited period of time (the relevant term). When the pre-determined period of time expires, coverage at the prior premium rate is no longer guaranteed. The policyholder must choose to forego future coverage or potentially obtain future coverage under different payments and/or conditions. If the policyholder dies during the relevant term, the death benefit will be paid to the named beneficiary or beneficiaries.

Generally speaking, term life insurance is the least expensive option for purchasing a substantial death benefit on a coverage amount per premium dollar basis over a specific time period.

Whole Life Insurance

Also called whole of life assurance, whole life insurance is an insurance policy that remains active for the insured’s entire life. In most cases, this type of life insurance requires the policyholder to pay annual premiums into the policy.

Universal Life Insurance

A form of permanent life insurance, universal life insurance carries a cash value. Depending on the terms of the policy, the excess of premium payments over the current cost of the insurance policy is added to the policy’s cash value. The cash value of the policy accrues interest each month, while the policy is debited each month by a Cost of Insurance, or COI, charge, as well as any other required policy charges and/or fees. These debits are made each month regardless of whether a premium has been paid that month. The interest rate on the cash value is determined by the insurer, but must have a contractual minimum of 2%. When the interest rate is pegged to a specific financial index (a stock, bond, or other interest rate index), the policy is known as an “Equity Indexed Universal Life” contract.

Variable Universal Life Insurance

A Variable Universal Life Insurance policy, or VUL, builds cash value over time. In a VUL policy, the cash can be invested in a wide range of different types of accounts, similar to mutual funds. The selection of accounts in which to invest the cash value is up to the contract owner. This type of policy is “variable” because the value of the account varies with the stocks and bonds in which it is invested. It is “universal” because the owner has flexibility in making premium payments, which can vary from nothing up to the maximums defined by the Internal Revenue Code for life insurance.