As a voluntary benefit or through cost-sharing, life insurance provides your employees with an added layer of financial protection.
HealthMarkets Insurance Agency offers a wide range of employer provided life insurance plans that can help protect your employees provide for their families for both the immediate and ongoing expenses that would have to be met if they suddenly weren’t there.
Here is some basic information about the types of life insurance plans offered by HealthMarkets:
Can help cover specific financial responsibilities, like a mortgage or college expenses, for a specific time period at a reasonable price, consider term life insurance.
Whole Life Insurance is designed to protect you your entire lifetime and offers level premiums. It differs from term insurance in that a portion of the premium goes into a guaranteed cash value account that is accessible.
A permanent insurance that can last a lifetime with the monthly premium building cash value within the policy.
An affordable way to provide the financial resources necessary to cover funeral costs and other final expenses or outstanding debts.
There are pros and cons for every type of life insurance plan. Your local agent is a valuable resource to help you determine which policy type is best suited for your family’s needs and budget. Contact us now.
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