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|Subject: Re: Life insurnace costs||Date: 9/21/2012 10:51 AM|
|Author: EarlyToRise||Number: 17674 of 18040|
I'm 41, non-smoker. No major health issues, just high cholesterol that's handled with medication. I'm looking for a $1M 20 yr term life policy.
LI is much more a commodity. You only need it at most once! Definitely get a well-rated company, but otherwise (in my mind) it's 100% on price.
I have similar stats to yours above. When I was shopping, I was looking for $0.40-$0.60 annual premium per $1000 of coverage. So, for your $1M coverage, that would be $400-$600 per year in premiums.
You mention "just high cholesterol"; even though it's handled, you are unlikely to be underwritten at the best rate, but shop pretty hard on this one. It's a $10K+ investment over the 20 years.
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