Guaranteed Issue Final Expense Insurance from American General Life Insurance Company is a simple and affordable life insurance policy designed to help cover expenses like:
With Guaranteed Issue Final Expense Insurance, if you're age 50-85, you can't be turned down for health reasons, and you can receive permanent life insurance without having to qualify for coverage based on your health. The benefits from this Guaranteed Issue Final Expense Insurance can lend a helping hand for your loved ones during difficult times.
Chronic Illness - This benefit returns all of the premiums paid (up to 25% of the ultimate face amount of the policy) and is triggered when the insured cannot perform at least 2 of the 6 "activities of daily living" (bathing, continence, dressing, eating, toileting, transferring) or is diagnosed with a severe cognitive impairment like Alzheimer's or dementia.
Terminal Illness - This benefit provides 50% of the applicable death benefit at the time of acceleration, upon diagnosis of a terminal illness. Terminal Illnesses are illnesses or physical conditions that are certified by a physician to be reasonably expected to result in the insured's death within 24 months from the date of certification.
1 The total amount of all AGL Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance policies on any person cannot exceed $25,000 in the aggregate. Must be between the ages of 50 and 85 to apply. Coverage is subject to receipt of payment and verification of identity as required by law and is effective upon receipt of policy.
2 Advertised Rates concerning $19/month are current as of 09/14/18 and are for $5,000, whole life insurance policy for a female age 50. Premiums will vary by issue age, gender, and face amount. Premiums are level and guaranteed not to increase. Benefit amounts are subject to AGL limitations.
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Important Consumer Disclosures Regarding Accelerated Benefit Riders
An Accelerated Death Benefit Rider (ABR) is not a replacement for Long Term Care Insurance (LTCI). It is a life insurance benefit that gives you the option to accelerate some of the death benefit in the event the insured meets the criteria for a qualifying event described in the policy. The rider does not provide long-term care insurance subject to California insurance law, is not a California Partnership for Long-Term Care program policy. The policy is not a Medicare supplement.
ABRs and LTCI provide different types of benefits. An ABR allows the insured to access a portion of the life insurance policy’s death benefit while living. ABR payments are unrestricted and may be used for any purpose. LTCI provides reimbursement for necessary care received due to the inability to perform activities of daily living or cognitive impairment. LTCI coverage may include reimbursement for the cost of a nursing home, assisted living, home health care, homemaker services, adult day care, hospice services or respite care for the primary caretaker and the benefits may be conditioned on certain requirements or meeting an elimination period or limited by type of service, the number of days or a maximum dollar limit. Some ABRs and all LTCI are conditioned upon the insured not being able to perform two or more of the activities of daily living or being cognitively impaired.
This ABR pays proceeds that are intended to qualify for favorable tax treatment under section 101(g) of the Internal Revenue Code. The federal, state, or local tax consequences resulting from payment of an ABR will depend on the specific facts and circumstances, and consequently advice and guidance should be obtained from a personal tax advisor prior to the receipt of any payments. ABR payments may affect eligibility for, or amounts of, Medicaid or other benefits provided by federal, state, or local government. Death benefits and policy values, such as cash values, premium payments and cost of insurance charges if applicable, will be reduced if an ABR payment is made. ABR payments may be limited by the contract or by outstanding policy loans.