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A relatively large amount of Term life insurance may be purchased for a low initial premium. It may be appropriate for temporary coverage for needs like:
Permanent life insurance offers a level premium for a coverage amount you choose. It provides lifetime coverage, provided premiums are paid and the coverage remains in force, and builds cash value. Permanent policies are eligible for dividends, although dividends are not guaranteed. It's best for lifelong needs like:
Let us help you answer the term vs. permanent life insurance question and select the coverage that best fits your needs. Call or visit a State Farm® agent today.
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Insurance policies and/or associated riders and features may not be available in all states, and policy terms and conditions may vary by state.
Life insurance and annuities issued by:
State Farm Life Insurance Company (Not licensed in MA, NY, or WI)
State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company (Licensed in NY and WI)
Each insurer is financially responsible for its own products.