Jodie and Dennis Danduran decided to purchase life insurance shortly after adopting the first of their five children. Though Dennis was the primary breadwinner, they wisely determined that Jodie, a stay-at-home mom, also needed a considerable amount of coverage because of what it would cost to pay someone to perform all her functions. That planning made all the difference when Jodie died suddenly of an aneurysm at 39. The insurance money has allowed Dennis to switch to a job that gives him more time to take care of the kids, and has also been used for living expenses and to set up college funds.
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All guarantees are backed by the claims paying ability of the insurer. Loans and withdrawals will reduce policy cash values and the death benefit, may have tax consequences, and may also negate any guarantee against lapse. If a policy is a Modified Endowment Contract distributions (including loans) are taxable to the extent of income in the policy, and an additional 10 percent federal income tax penalty may apply.
An accelerated death benefit rider or feature of a life insurance policy allows the policyowner to access the death benefit if the insurer is diagnosed with a qualifying terminal illness. Some restrictions and fees may apply. Receipt of the accelerated death benefits may be taxable and may also effect eligibility for public assistance programs.
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