Life Insurance Quotes

                                                               

           
 
    

Decreasing Term Life Insurance

Decreasing term life insurance is a form of term life insurance provides a death benefit that goes down over time. The intervals could be monthly or annually. The main purpose of this type of insurance is to insure larger financial obligations that decrease over time.

Many people choose this type of life insurance to protect a mortgage or other amortized loans, a child's college education costs, and business equipment.

For example, let's say you bought a $300,000 life insurance policy to cover your 15 year mortgage. As the principal of your mortgage decreases, your term life insurance would also go down. At the end of 15 years your mortgage balance is zero and your life insurance policy will be at maturity.

Although this type of insurance is not as popular as it used to be, there are still many companies who offer a decreasing term policy.

If you are interested in decreasing term life insurance coverage, then get a free no obligation quote today and compare multiple quotes from the nation's highest rated carriers. Remember that all life insurance carriers have different rates, so it pays to compare.