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News: With Higher Mortality Rates, African Americans Are Signing Up For Life Insurance More Than Other Groups

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With a higher rate of mortality among African Americans in the United State, Black Americans are signing up for life insurance than any other race.

According to smartlifeinsurance.com, a shocking number of Black Americans do not have life insurance, which could leave their family financially devastated if the worst should happen. This is while Black Americans have higher mortality rates (heart attack, stroke, cancer, diabetes, maternal, accidental death) than other groups.

An excellent policy could easily help cover a mortgage, cover living expenses and provide a lump sum gift to loved ones. It also ensures your loved ones don’t inherit your debts or are burdened with a huge bill down the line.

Life insurance companies know all of this and the bigger the policy, the more they profit. They’ve been getting away with charging high rates for years – but that’s all coming to an end.

Thanks to a new policy, there is now a way to get a rock solid, yet very inexpensive life insurance policy from top providers. Simply by using this free consumer service it’s easy for anyone to see how cheap plans can be, regardless of age or medical history.

READ: News: Stakeholders decry less than 3% insurance penetration in Africa, seek alliances to expand market

Black American consumers are using this service to get free life insurance quotes, and many are shocked at the results they find. Most can’t believe the available rates are real, but the truth is, life insurance rates are at a 20-year low.

It’s now easy to qualify for up to $250,000 in coverage or quality policies for as low as $30 per month. No medical check and guaranteed acceptance policies are also available for adults of every age, even if you have been denied in the past.

It’s no wonder why so many Black Americans are leveling up and saving money by using this simple service rather than spending weeks trying to contact and compare options with various life insurance providers.


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