Life Insurance

Life Insurance Companies in Arizona

Posted Nov. 8, 2019 by EverQuote staff
The largest Arizona life insurance companies are Prudential, Northwestern Mutual, Lincoln Financial, Pacific Life, New York Life, State Farm and John Hancock. See the list. Read more »

What Does Contingent Beneficiary Mean?

Posted Oct. 4, 2019 by Amy Danise
A contingent beneficiary is the person who will receive an asset such as money when you pass away if the primary beneficiary is deceased. A contingent beneficiary is also called a secondary beneficiary. Read more »

What is a Life Insurance Rider?

Posted Sept. 30, 2019 by Jason Metz
A life insurance rider can help fill coverage gaps. There are many choices depending on the extras you want. Here’s how they work. Read more »

What is Permanent Life Insurance?

Posted Sept. 27, 2019 by Amy Danise
Permanent life insurance is good for people who want to make sure there’s life insurance money to pay for a funeral, provide an inheritance, or fund other family needs, no matter when they pass away. Read more »

The Government Says You Have This Long to Live

Posted July 12, 2019 by Jason Metz
Find your age to see the probability of dying within one year and the average number of years you have left. Read more »

Can You Buy Life Insurance After Cancer?

Posted June 3, 2019 by Amy Danise
Life insurers will want to see successful cancer treatment and regular follow-up visits before they consider selling coverage. Read more »

Life Insurance for Smokers

Posted June 3, 2019 by Amy Danise
EverQuote found that smokers pay an average of 317% more for term life insurance than non-smokers. Read more »

The Best Life Insurance for Cigar Smokers

Posted June 3, 2019 by Amy Danise
If you’re shopping for life insurance and you smoke cigars only occasionally, there’s a good chance you can be classified as a “nonsmoker.” Read more »

The MIB Group: Who Are They?

Posted June 3, 2019 by Jason Metz
The MIB Group stores codes in consumer files based on reports from life insurance and health insurance applications. Read more »

Graded Death Benefits in Life Insurance

Posted June 3, 2019 by Amy Danise
Having a graded death benefit on a life insurance policy means that your beneficiaries won’t get the full death benefit if you pass away within a few years after buying the policy. Read more »