What Is Term Life Insurance?

What Is Term Life Insurance

Term insurance is a policy with a set duration limit on the coverage period. Once the policy is expired, it is up to the policy owner to decide whether to renew the term life insurance policy or to let the coverage end. (Definition from Investopedia)

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I've Seen Life Insurance Ads That Say You Can't Be Turned Down. How Can That Be True?

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