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Term Life Insurance

Term Life Offers the Best Value

A term life policy pays out its face value only if you die during the selected term. Normally, if you have not used the death benefit when the term runs out, the policy expires. However, return of premium policies are becoming very popular as an alternative to typical term life insurance and even whole life and universal life policies. Building cash value with a permanent policy means paying high premiums (2 to 3 times as much for the same coverage). While an unused term policy can feel like a waste. Return of Premium (ROP) term is an easy and effective new solution that splits the problem down the middle. It starts out like term life insurance with one extra promise from the carrier: If you pay your premiums and you live, we’ll give you your money back. On a normal 20 year level term Colorado life insurance policy the ROP benefit may cost about 30% more, but that extra premium will effectively earn you a 6-7% return over the 20 years — just enough to earn you back everything you’ve invested. What’s in it for the life insurance company? Your loyalty. Colorado life insurance companies spend a lot of money to get your business, and only start making a profit if you stick around more than five years or so. ROP gives an incentive for their customers to stay for the full term. And, for those that don’t, the carrier made an extra 30% on those guys — and used some of it to pay you a solid return on your money for sticking around and living. So if you know that you are going to be insured for the entire term, then think about paying a little more for the ROP benefit and getting it all back in the end. We would be happy to give you the price of a term life policy and compare it with the same amount of ROP term and do the math to see if ROP term would be a good investment.

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