Whole Life or Term Life?: Estate Planning, Business Planning Needs, Personal Protection in Pennsylvania & Delaware

Life insurance has been around for thousands of years. It is believed that the Romans originated the product to fund burials of military personnel who were members of a burial club.

Over time, the reasons for owning life insurance grew more complex, such as to meet estate planning or business planning needs, in addition to personal protection.

Product innovations and designs also occurred to meet varying factors, including economic concerns, investment market cycles, medical advances and increases in longevity.

Throughout that time, one proposition has remained constant: None of us know when we're going to die.

Whole life insurance is uniquely positioned to meet that proposition and, thus, has seen a resurgence in popularity because unlike term insurance, it is a permanent life insurance product.

And unlike variations of universal life products, it is not subject to interest rate and market fluctuations provided the required premiums are paid.

Once thought of as an expensive form of death protection, whole life insurance lends itself well to various scenarios. Among them: Click Here!