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Life Insurance


In its simplest form, life insurance is a financial product that pays a sum of money to a named beneficiary at the death of an insured individual. Insurance policies called "permanent" or "cash value" insurance develop cash values that have the potential to grow tax deferred, providing policy owners with a benefit they can use during their lifetime. Insurance proceeds are generally paid free from income taxes and they are not subject to probate. Thus, life insurance proceeds pass quickly and directly to the beneficiary.