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"No questions asked" may also be
, availablein some states, if for some reason,
the "Easy Issue", no medical exam Life
Insurance policy is declined.
However, "No questions asked", Guaranteed
issue life policies are limited to lower
face amounts then simplified issue no
medical exam policies, and the death benefit
paid for death due to an illness within the first
two policy years is limited to a return
of all premiums paid plus interest.
pre-planning is the
right thing to do.
Compare the lowest senior life rates of "Easy Issue" whole life insurance plans, built to fit the
life insurance needs of most seniors over age 65. However, the life insurance rates quoted are available for all family members from the age of
1 to age 89.
All plans quoted are issued without a physical.
These type plans are often referred to as Non-Med, or no medical exam, easy issue life insurance. In most cases, only a simplified application with limited health questions is required.
Many companies now permit the application to be taken over the phone by a licensed agent, instead of face to face. However, some companies still require an agent be physically present with the applicant at the time of the application. For rating purposes, we have not excluded the companies that still require an agent to be present.
To begin comparing rates online, simply use the "Easy Issue Life Insurance" quote engine at the upper right corner of this page.
One company allows applicants up to age 75, to fill out their own application online without agent contact. They then have a home office employee call the applicant to verify the application. If that is
your preference visit: www.noagentcontact.com .
What is Burial Insurance?
Final Expense Insurance?
Senior Whole Life Insurance?
Many years ago a burial insurance policy was commonly sold by funeral homes, or by insurance companies with ties to a specific funeral home. The burial insurance policy covered the services provided by the funeral home named in the policy. However, if the services were provided by a funeral home other than the one named in the policy, the benefits were extremely limited and did not come close to covering the cost of a funeral and burial.
Fortunately, those types of policies are not permitted for sale today.
Today, a true whole life insurance policy is offered in increments of $1,000 up to $20,000, $30,000, $50,000, or in some cases even $100,000. Since it is commonly used by seniors for burial and final expense protection, it is still commonly be referred to as "Burial Insurance," "Final Expense Insurance", or Senior Life Insurance.