Purchasing multiple term life insurance policies from different companies can prove to be a fiscally efficient strategy that works especially well if you’re able to predict when your coverage needs will diminish.
For example, instead of buying one 30-year, $1 million policy, you could buy three different policies, like this:
- Policy One: 10-year, $500,000
- Policy Two: 20-year, $300,000
- Policy Three: 30-year, $200,000
This “ladder strategy” can save you money down the road when your coverage needs are reduced (for example, your debts are paid and your children grow up), and is a strategy to be considered in today’s life insurance environment.
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