Kentucky Life Insurance
At Johnson-Pohlmann Insurance our team is happy to go far beyond being simple insurance agents—we are one of the largest agencies in Central Kentucky and have the experience where is truly matters most – your Kentucky life insurance.
We know that finding the right Kentucky life insurance program can get confusing—and even a bit overwhelming at times. From having to weigh the pros and cons of term life insurance versus whole, universal and variable and beyond—it’s easy to get lost amongst the terminology and coverage differences.
That’s exactly why we at Johnson-Pohlmann Insurance want to be more than just your insurance provider, we want to be your trusted coverage ally and friend. By helping you navigate your way through one of the most crucial policy decisions you will ever have to make in your lifetime; we vow to secure you a tailored Kentucky life insurance plan you can rely on.
Term life insurance, whole life insurance, universal life insurance, variable life insurance, survivorship insurance… the list and combinations seem endless. At Johnson-Pohlmann Insurance we want to help you determine which Kentucky life insurance policy type is right for you! Our dedicated team of life insurance experts understands Kentucky’s market and regulations and can find the right plan – or mixture of options – that fit your individual needs.
Term Life Insurance Basics:
- Coverage for a “term” or period of your life.
- Lower premiums for higher coverage.
- Rates can change after specific terms expire.
- No equity – cannot be used as cash value.
Whole Life Insurance Basics:
- Exactly like it says – permanent, not for a specific period.
- Protection carries with you your whole life.
- Can build equity and have cash value.
Higher premiums than term life, but can be more valuable in the long run.
Term and Whole Life Combined:
- Build lifelong base of whole live coverage.
- Supplement specific times of your life with term insurance.
When to choose term life?
Most people choosing term life have a strategy for long term net worth. They need specific coverage for a period of their lives to protect debt, loved ones, and children. For a homeowner with children it may make more sense to have a term life policy that covers the mortgage and living requirements until their children are old enough to provide for themselves – in this case the term would expire around the time your children move out.
When to choose whole life?
Whole life can be used in the retirement years as cash assets. It can provide equity for loans and have fixed payments that do not increase with time. Often times whole life policies will pay dividends – although not always.
With a variety of alternatives and policy possibilities it’s understandable that you may feel a bit anxious. But remember, life insurance is all about you, and you are certainly worth insuring!
Give us a call and let one of our expert life insurance specialists get you started on the right path. Contact Johnson-Pohlmann Insurance for more information and get a free Kentucky life insurance quote today!