AARP Term Life Insurance
Term life insurance provides coverage for a set period of time, or term. During the term, premiums increase as you enter the next five-year age bracket. This can make budgeting unpredictable.
For example, if you buy protection at age 66, your rate will be based on those for ages 65 to 69. At age 70, your rate will increase and stay the same until you turn 75.
AARP Level Benefit Term Life Insurance is available to AARP members ages 50-74 and lasts to age 80. You can get coverage from $10,000 to $150,000 ($100,000 in Montana and New York) when you apply online. If you want coverage over $150,000, you can call to work with an agent directly.
AARP’s term life insurance policy does not require a medical exam. When applying, you will need to answer several health questions that are used to determine your eligibility and premium.
Another feature of AARP’s term life insurance is a built-in guaranteed exchange option rider. If you’re eligible, this allows you to convert your AARP term life insurance policy to permanent coverage at the end of the term, without taking a medical exam or answering any health questions.
AARP Whole Life Insurance
Whole life insurance is a type of permanent life insurance coverage that protects you for life, as long as you pay the premium. Unlike a term life insurance policy, whole life policies include a cash value component that you can usually borrow or withdraw. Whole life insurance is generally more expensive than term life insurance.
AARP Permanent Life Insurance is a whole life insurance policy available to AARP members between the ages of 50 and 80. You can get up to $50,000 in coverage when you apply online, but higher coverage limits are available if you work with an agent. No medical exam is required and your premium will never increase.
Once you reach age 95 (or earlier, depending on your state), your policy is deemed “paid up.” This means that your policy will remain in effect for the rest of your life, but you are not obligated to continue making monthly payments.
AARP Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance
Guaranteed issue life insurance, also known as guaranteed acceptance life insurance, does not require a medical exam or health questions. Everyone who applies is approved, regardless of their personal health status and family medical history.
Although it can be a good life insurance option for people who cannot qualify for other coverage, guaranteed issue life insurance usually has very low limits and is more expensive. as whole or term life insurance.
AARP Guaranteed Acceptance Life Insurance is available to applicants between the ages of 50 and 80 (up to 75 in New York). You can apply for up to $25,000 online, but higher coverage limits are available if you work with an agent.
AARP’s guaranteed acceptance life insurance policy creates cash value, which can be withdrawn or borrowed if you need access to cash while you’re still alive. Also, your policy is “paid up” once you reach age 95 (in most states) and your premium payments end.
This policy graduated death benefits for the first two years. Beneficiaries may not be eligible for the full death benefit if you die within two years of purchasing the policy. In place