Keep your loved ones safe, now and into the future.
Term life insurance plays an important role in protecting your loved ones during a critical period of time. But what happens when your needs extend well into the future? At New York Life, you can convert your term insurance to permanent or long-term protection without a medical exam, so you can be sure your life insurance coverage will continue to meet your evolving needs.1
When you convert your term life insurance, you’ll do more than just extend your coverage—you’ll also gain a flexible financial asset. It can build equity you own, which you may access for college funding, a down payment on a house, extra income for retirement, or for emergency expenses. 2
Though life is unpredictable, you can rest easy knowing that with long-lasting protection like whole life insurance, your family's future can be safe and prosperous.
Universal life is another option that can offer you long term insurance. Give your agent a call to find out how.
A guaranteed benefit
Our permanent life insurance lasts your whole life3, securing your family’s financial future.
Not only are permanent policies tax-deferred, but the cash value is also yours to use during your lifetime—and it’s accessible tax free.2
Dividends and value
You’ll build cash value over time, and dividends can be re-invested to increase your coverage and equity.4
Let us show you how whole life can improve your life.
No medical exam is necessary to upgrade your coverage.
The earlier you perform a term life insurance conversion, the lower your premium payments will be.
1Guidelines for term conversions, such as timing, may apply.
2Accessing cash value will reduce the available cash surrender value and life insurance benefit. There may be tax implications for policies recognized as modified endowment contracts (MEC) or if you partially surrender your policy such that the partial surrender exceeds the cost basis of the policy. Distributions including loans from a MEC are taxable to the extent of the gain in the policy and may be subject to a 10% additional tax if the owner is under age 59 ½.
3As long as the whole life insurance policy is in force.
4Dividends are not guaranteed.
5Available during the first five years of your term life policy.