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About Term 100 Life Insurance

Term 100 Life Insurance is a form of permanent life insurance that provides life-time protection. Premiums for a Term 100 are fixed from the date you start the policy, and remain the same until age 100, when no more premiums are paid. After this, coverage will continue.

Term 100 Life Insurance is a great solution for individuals or families that need lifetime protection, but want an affordable alternative to Whole Life or Universal Life policies and don’t need a savings component as part of their policy.

Benefits of Term 100 Life:

  • Protection for your whole life.

  • Fixed premiums mean your rates never increase.

  • No investment or savings aspect makes it more affordable than other permanent policies.

  • No renewals or policy changes needed after application.

  • An ideal solution for families who are uncertain about their finances.

More about the different types of Permanent Life Insurance products available now.

We work with all major Canadian providers to offer you the best rates on Term 100 Life Insurance. Our advisors work with the whole market to find you a plan that matches your budget and unique circumstances.

Please complete our short enquiry form to get a free, no-obligation quote for Term 100 Life Insurance. Our service is free and it only takes a few moments to get you in touch with the best deals on the products we offer.

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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.

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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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