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By pressing the “Submit” button you make a concent to receive offers of senior care life insurance plans from matched partners that provide whole life final expense insurance policies. Carriers may include but not limited to Lincoln Heritage, AIG, Foresters, Baltimore Life, Monumental Life, Mutual Of Omaha and more at the email and phone number I provide, including my wireless number if provided. I understand that a call from a Licensed Senior Care Life Insurance Agent may be generated by the use of an automated technology. I understand that I am not required to make a purchase.
Insurance Company Ratings
Best, Fitch, Moodys and Standard & Poors rate the financial strength of insurance companies. Sometimes these ratings agencies disagree. You should consider a companies rating from two or more agencies before judging whether to buy or keep a policy from that company. Each rating agency uses numbers or pluses and minuses to indicate minor variations in rating from another rating class. It is always good to check annually on the ratings of any company you are interested in. Keep in mind that agencies will announce changes of ratings on any day.