M & G Insurance Group Gets The Best Guaranteed Life Insurance Rates

M & G Insurance Group Gets The Best Guaranteed Life Insurance Rates

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June 24, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

M & G Insurance Group can help its clients save up to 40 percent on the best guaranteed life insurance rates through comparison of competitive quotes from different insurance companies.

M & G Insurance Group sets itself apart from other guaranteed issue life insurance companies because M & G actually includes the senior demographic in its customer base. M & G Insurance Group approves clients up to 85 years old.

Whether a senior has guaranteed life insurance impacts not only him or her, but also the family. Life insurance can help seniors pay their last bills and take care of the next children and grandchildren.

“As you are approaching retirement (or are already in retirement of course) make sure you get some life insurance, or otherwise increase the amount of coverage you already have to take care of your loved ones after you are gone,” according to an article on the M & G Insurance Group website.

Guaranteed life insurance is available for purchase without a medical exam or any underwriting. Premiums for guaranteed issue life insurance are more expensive than other types of life insurance, ranging between $5,000 and over $25,000. To qualify for guarantee issue life insurance, an applicant does not need to answer any medical questions, they just need to fill out a simple two page application.

A licensed insurance agent from the M & G Insurance Group will collaborate with clients to search for their ideal guaranteed life insurance. Customers will receive personal attention that will address their needs. M & G Insurance Group encourages its clients to ask questions about the available policies for a better understanding of their benefits.

The application process for guaranteed issue life insurance is simple when customers work with M & G Insurance Group. Not only will M & G representatives present applicants with many choices for guaranteed life insurance, but the agents will also follow up with insurance companies for faster approval. Committed customer service representatives are available 24/7 to answer customers’ questions.

M & G Insurance Group has been offering competitive quotes from 65 of the most competitive life insurance carriers in the country. Michael Sycle, a licensed agent since 1990, heads M & G Insurance Group. For the last eight years, his primary market has been life insurance for the senior market. To learn more about comparing life insurance and to fill out a life insurance application, visit alifetimeinsurance.com.

M & G Insurance Group
www.alifetimeinsurance.com
Michael A Sycle
888-826-6021
msycle@gmail.com
P.O. Box 385
Pine Beach, NJ 08741

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