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About CARP Life Insurance

CARP, a Canadian non-profit organization, providing financial planning solutions to Canadians seniors across the nation. Exclusive to CARP members, this organization provides the following insurance products:

Plan Overview
CARP Term Life 10 Year term Renewable to Age 85. You may convert to a permanent plan before age 70.
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CARP Guaranteed Issue No medical exam for ages 50 to 80. Living benefit may pay benefits early.
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CARP Accidental Death Includes fracture coverage. Complimentary coverage available on request.
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CARP Long Term Care A living income while you seek home or facility care in your elder years.
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CARP FollowMe No medical exam when you switch from your group plan. Renewable up to age 80.
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Life Cover

Life Insurance pays a sum to the beneficiary of the insured’s policy in the event the insured dies during the term of the policy.

Critical Illness

Critical Illness Insurance pays a benefit to the insured in the event the insured is diagnosed with a predefined illness during the term of the policy.

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Here you can choose how much you would like the beneficiaries of your policy to receive in the event of your death.

Things you may consider are the amount required to maintain your family’s standard of living and the cost of paying off any large debts you may have such as a mortgage.

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