Term life insurance is designed to provide you with insurance protection for a set period of time, at an affordable price. If you die within the time period, your beneficiaries can receive the amount specified in your policy, tax-free.
Term life insurance is easy to purchase. Simply contact us to speak or arrange a face-to-face meeting, with one of our Insurance Representatives.
Your health and lifestyle can save you money
Depending on your age, health, the amount of insurance you need and your lifestyle, you could qualify for even lower rates. For instance, non-smokers pay less than smokers.
Choose the term that suits you
When choosing term insurance, it’s important to select the term that will cover you through important life events. With term life insurance, you’re able to choose a benefit amount and a term that will best meet your needs.
For example, while you are supporting a family you might want to consider a 10-year term life insurance policy . When you take out a 10-year term life insurance policy, your premiums will remain the same for those 10 years. At the end of each 10-year term your policy can be renewed automatically. The renewal premiums are disclosed upfront so you can choose the right plan for you.
Term 20 insurance will fix your premiums for 20-year terms and, like Term 10, will protect you until age 80 as long as you keep paying the premiums.
Remember too that with our term insurance policies, you have the option of converting to a permanent plan offered for conversion by Roger Menard Insurance, up to the age specified in the policy.
For help in selecting the term insurance that best suits your needs, contact us or:
|Compare life insurance solutions
Our coverage comparison tool makes it easy to see exactly what coverage each term policy provides.
We offer a range of term insurance choices.
|Term 10 life insurance
Premiums fixed for 10 years. Policy automatically renews at the end of each 10-year term.
|Term 20 life insurance
Premiums fixed for 20 years. Policy automatically renews at the end of each 20-year term.