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AARP offers a small selection of life insurance through New York Life to its members.
AFLAC offers some supplemental policies to individuals but its life insurance is available only through workplaces.
AIG offers a full range of term, whole and universal life products.
Riversource offers term and universal life insurance through Ameriprise financial advisors.
AXA Equitable offers term, whole, universal, variable and survivorship life insurance.
Brighthouse Financial sells policies only through financial professionals.
Brighthouse (formerly MetLife)
Colonial Penn offers guaranteed acceptance whole life coverage, but maximum coverage amounts are low.
Ethos sells term life policies online, and many applicants can qualify without an exam.
Fabric offers accidental death and term life insurance online.
Gerber Life is well-known for offering life insurance for children but also has policies for adults.
Global Atlantic offers term and whole life, including a policy for funeral expenses.
Global Atlantic (Accordia)
Globe Life focuses on “simplified issue” policies for adults and children that require no medical exam.
Guardian Life offers a full menu of term, whole, universal and variable universal life insurance.
Haven Life, a division of MassMutual, offers instant acceptance and coverage. It’s geared toward healthy, younger applicants.
Ladder offers term life policies to people ages 20 to 60.
Legal & General America has a wide range of term life insurance, universal life and guaranteed-acceptance whole life.
MassMutual is owned by its policyholders, which means customers could earn dividends.
Midland National offers a streamlined application process for term life and some universal life policies to some applicants.
Midland National (Sammons)
Mutual of Omaha is owned by its policyholders, and offers term, whole and universal coverage.
Pacific Life is cheatgame.info’s No. 2 pick among top life insurance companies.
Penn Mutual is owned by its policyholders, so whole life insurance customers can share in dividend payouts.
Primerica sells term life insurance policies via “networking” rather than through full-time agents who make a career of selling life insurance.
Principal Financial offers term, universal, variable universal and survivorship life insurance.
Protective Life offers term, universal life, variable life and survivorship life insurance.
Prudential has options including a term life insurance policy designed for those about to retire.
Securian offers term, whole and three types of universal life
Securian (formerly Minnesota Life)
Transamerica offers term, whole, universal, variable universal and final expense life insurance.
Voya offers term, universal, indexed universal, variable universal and survivorship coverage.
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