Life Insurance – Security that Matters

Don’t let the complexity of life insurance keep you from securing your loved ones future. We can help you understand the insurance lingo and create a policy that offers the security you and your family need.

Things to consider when looking for life insurance:

  • Type of Coverage: Term Life, Whole Life, Universal Life
  • Your Needs & Goals
  • Amount of Coverage
  • Your Health & Lifestyle
  • Budget & Affordability
  • Compare Quotes!

Peace of Mind For You & Your Loved Ones

Understanding Life Insurance Policies

Life Insurance at Cornerstone

We can help you find a comprehensive life insurance policy that gives you peace of mind! Contact our agents today!

Term Life Insurance

Term Life Insurance provides a death benefit for a period of time, usually ranging from 1 to 30 years. Your beneficiary receives the face amount of the policy if you were to pass away during the coverage period. Term life can be a valuable tool for individuals seeking affordable coverage to meet specific financial needs during a defined period.

Whole Life Insurance

Whole life insurance combines guaranteed lifetime coverage with the gradual accumulation of cash value . Premiums remain consistent throughout the policy, building both a death benefit for beneficiaries and a savings component accessible through policy loans or withdrawals. This makes it a versatile option for individuals seeking long-term financial protection and wealth accumulation alongside life insurance benefits.

Universal Life Insurance

Universal life insurance blends flexible premium payments and adjustable death benefits with the gradual buildup of tax-deferred cash value . Premiums cover insurance costs and contribute to cash value, allowing policyholders to tailor coverage and potential wealth accumulation to evolving needs.

Variable Life Insurance

Variable life insurance combines death benefit protection with investment-linked cash value growth , offering potential for higher returns but also exposure to market fluctuations. Policyholders direct premium allocations to various investment sub-accounts, influencing cash value accumulation and potential risk-reward profiles.