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Whole life insurance

Unlike term life insurance, a whole life insurance policy guarantees coverage at fixed premiums for the lifetime of the covered individual. Also called permanent life insurance or universal life, this coverage is guaranteed to remain for an entire lifetime as long as premiums are paid on time or to the maturity date. This type of life insurance is typically more costly than term insurance, and it can also be less flexible depending on your needs.

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