Insurance companies can’t just “give you a death spiral,” as it were.
They have to offer a way to prevent it.
Alliant has a new insurance policy, called Life Insurance Plus, which is designed to make life insurance more affordable for those who choose to buy it.
Its not just a more-expensive option: Alliant is offering a one-time $75,000 guarantee for any insured death.
“We’re going to give you this insurance policy for a lifetime,” said Scott Hines, vice president of insurance sales and marketing for Alliant.
“You have to buy the policy.
It’s not a one time purchase.
It expires after 20 years.”
Alliant is not the first insurance company to offer this guarantee.
Other companies like UnitedHealth and WellPoint have offered similar plans.
It also makes life insurance far less expensive for people who have less than $25,000 in assets, and it offers a $15,000 life insurance premium, but the policy does not cover pre-existing conditions.
Life Insurance Plus is available to all insureds who purchase the Life Insurance plan.
The only exception is if the insureds age is less than 55.
The $75K guarantee is available only to people with less than three million dollars in assets.
If you have less assets, the policy will not pay out.
Alliance also offers an additional $7500 life insurance guarantee for the insured for any life event that occurs within the first year of the policy’s life insurance coverage.
“It’s about giving you a chance to buy life insurance that you might not otherwise be able to get,” Hines said.
It might sound like an overly-subtle way to try to save some money, but life insurance companies have long been trying to make it easier to buy insurance.
In 2010, life insurance giants Anthem and UnitedHealth teamed up to create Life InsurancePlus, a new product aimed at saving money and increasing insurance coverage among people with low assets.
It was marketed as a way for the companies to offer the best insurance at the lowest cost.
The Life Insuranceplus product will not cover life-threatening conditions, like heart attack, strokes, cancer, and other serious illnesses.
The policy covers up to $25 million for life, but its terms are limited to $15 million in assets and the insured has to be 65 years old.
The premium for a $75k Life Insurance plus policy is $150,000, according to Alliant, so the premium for the one-year guarantee is a little less than the $100,000 the other companies offer.
For those with less assets and a lower life expectancy, the Life insuranceplus policy will only cover $25M worth of coverage, according the company.
For a $100k policy, the company will pay out $25k for life insurance plus, and the policy can cover up to a maximum of $30M.
The company is targeting people who are at the beginning of their life and would otherwise be eligible for life coverage, but have not had a job or other income, and who would prefer to buy a life policy than a life annuity.
This policy is intended to offer some extra financial protection for people with pre-employment medical expenses, as well as those who are in their early 60s or older, as life insurance is generally more expensive for older people.
The policy is a bit more complex than a regular life insurance plan, however.
Alliant said that it uses a “simulated” life scenario to determine if the policy is right for the individual.
The company also makes some assumptions about the person’s assets, including how much income they will earn, their age, and even how long they’ve lived together.
If the person meets the assumptions, Alliant will purchase the policy and pay the premium.
The person can pay the full premium in cash or through a pre-authorized transfer.
The maximum payout amount is $25.
The insurance company also gives the insured two additional life events that will occur within the next year.
If the policy has been purchased and the person survives those events, the premium will be paid.
For example, if the person is 60 years old and lives in a small town in the Midwest, the life events would be life events like an accident, an illness, and a hospitalization.
Life insurance companies also make an assumption about the age of the insured when purchasing the policy, so that people over 65 will not be covered.
This model assumes the insured is an elderly person with limited financial resources.
Insurance companies have been experimenting with simulating the lives of people who might not have enough income to cover life insurance.
It is a way of saving money for those people who may not be able afford life insurance at all, but would rather purchase a life or life annuities policy.
The life insuranceplus product is similar to