Permanent Insurance

This kind of life insurance has level premiums and pays a fixed amount of money to the beneficiary when the insured dies. But it also has an investment feature, which grows in value, which the policyholder (who is not necessarily the insured person, since you can buy a policy on somebody else’s life) can withdraw or borrow against. Unlike term life insurance, this kind of policy never expires. (See also: Life Insurance, Term Life Insurance)

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