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KombatKarl: "I'm relatively young, 44, and in good health, so I wouldn't have any problem getting another policy. I can get twice my salary through my employer for about $15/month, which would more than replace this variable life policy, at least in terms of dollars. Obviously it's only good for while I'm employed here. I haven't priced a term policy yet."

Get any new policy in place before you cancel the exiting one. If you need/want insurance, it would bad karma to cancel first and then have an intervening accident.

Regards, JAFO
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