Empire’s Whole Life: Five dividend options

Posted on May 6, 2008 and updated February 24, 2012 in Life Insurance Canada News 1 min read
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Empire Life is one of the few life insurance companies in Canada to offer both participating and non-participating whole life policies.

Their non-participating policy – the 20 Pay Solution – is fully guaranteed and very well priced. The plan is fully paid-up after 20 years, after which cash values are available by loan or surrender at any time. The one caveat is if the policy owner cancels his/her policy before its twentieth anniversary, the plan has no value. 

Both types of plan have a whole host of riders available, including term life, critical illness, accidental death benefit, and children’s term riders.

A 35-year-old male non smoker can take out $100,000 of Empire Life’s participating whole life plan for a premium of $205.65 a month. Based on the current dividend rates, which are not guaranteed, the plan has a cash value of $132,533 and a death benefit of $326,813 at age 65.

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