Guaranteed Universal Life: individual coverage, refer to ages at right
Survivorship Life Insurance for Couples
Survivorship life insurance, or second-to-die or survivor insurance, insures a couple’s estate planning needs. These policies which cover two people are much less expensive than individual coverage, and with many carriers only one in the couple needs to be insurable. That’s one reason to look for joint coverage in estate planning, if one of the couple is in poor health. Also at whatever health it is much less expensive than getting two separate policies.
All carriers quoted have lifetime no lapse guarantees, age 120 or longer, which is what you want: pay on time and coverage is guaranteed to stay in force for life.
Age 64 - Quotes
|Face Amount||Annual at
|Annual at Standard||Carrier|
|$12,050||$12,560||$14,620||$15,030||United of Omaha|
Analysis: These results are indicative of other ages. Prudential has very competitive rates at above average health classifications and Nationwide at the standard rate. Prudential and United of Omaha are age last birthday rates, all others age nearest rates.
This is a very, very small sample, but it is a starting point. I can run comparison quotes on all the major competitive carriers factoring in age, health and carrier underwriting to find the best rates.
see Indexed Survivorship Universal Life for more options.
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Carriers and Products quoted:
Prudential “PruLife SUL Protector”
United of Omaha “GUL Survivor”
American General Life Insurance Company: “AG Secure Survivor GUL”
Nationwide: “YourLife NGL SUL II”
Principal Life Insurance Company: “Survivorship Universal Life Protector II”
Revised 6/4/2013: quotes subject to change, nearest dollar, non tobacco rates, quotes assume both insured are the same rate classification