New York Life is proud to serve the African-American community.
We are deeply committed to providing products and services to help African Americans build their financial foundations and achieve their financial goals. Please browse through our site and see how New York Life has been, and currently is, involved in your community. In addition to information about New York Life's products and services, we offer information on particular Life Events and Financial Goals that will help you prepare to speak with a professional New York Life agent.

What's New

  • Watch our 2008 National African-American Market Conference highlight video...click here
  • New York Life Announces Recipients of the Third Annual Cirilo A. McSween–New York Life–Rainbow Push Excel Scholarship ...read more
  • $10 Million Grant From New York Life to Support Expansion of Colin Powell Center For Policy Studies at CCNY...read more
  • New York Life Recognized as One of the “Best Companies for African Americans™” by Family Digest Magazine...read more
  • African–American Entrepreneurs: How Can Life Insurance Help?...more

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African Americans and New York Life
Eugene Mitchell

"We aim to strengthen New York Life's ties to the African-American community by developing long-term relationships with high profile community organizations," ...more

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Think About: College Planning

Whether your little one is on the way or not so little anymore, it's never too soon to start considering what school you want to send her/him and how much it will cost. The American Education Service Web site has all kinds of type, tools and resources for everything from locating colleges to finding scholarships and loans to help pay for tuition.

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