Say thank you for loving me with life insurance.

Purchasing life insurance is one way to help make sure that the people you care about have a bright and secure future. In fact, 35% of American consumers wish their spouse or partner had life insurance, and the proportion of family households saying they are “likely to buy” in the next year has increased from 25% in 2010 to 45 percent in 2016.2 So there’s no denying that life insurance life insurance and love go hand-in-hand.

We’ve partnered with Life Happens to raise awareness and encourage people to show their love through the gift of life insurance. No matter what stage of life you’re in, it can help provide security and peace of mind.

So where do you start?

  1. Look at the protection you have now. Review your finances and current life insurance coverage to put things in perspective. Our planning tools and calculators, can help.
  2. Explore new territory. First-time buyer? New parent? Single parent? Business owner? No matter who you are, it’s easier than you think. Talk to one of our agents, do a little research, and soon you’ll understand which of our products and services can help you.
  3. Establish a new kind of relationship. Our life insurance agents are professionally trained to help you identify your goals and find solutions to fit your life and budget. If you’re not already working with an agent, simply use the "Talk it through with an expert” feature and an agent in your area will contact you.
  4. Work with a strong company. With more than 170 years under our belt, we’ve shared a lot of love with generations of policy owners just like you. Find out why our mutual advantage along with our expert guidance set us apart from the rest.
  5. Share the love. Imagine a career where you can help others in your community, and grow both personally and professionally. Our life insurance agents love their careers. Learn how you could too.

A secure future is a great way to say “thank you” to the people you love.

Further Reading
  • 1 2016 Insurance Barometer Study, LIMRA and Life Happens
  • 2 2016 LIMRA Ownership Study