Final Expense Insurance (SNPJ Security Whole Life)

The SNPJ Security Whole Life plan is a final expense insurance plan designed for people ages 40 to 85 with some health impairments. The Security Whole Life plan is available at face amounts from $2,000 to $25,000 and is issued on a simplified basis, often with no medical exam required. SNPJ's Security Whole Life is a final expense, permanent insurance plan featuring lifetime insurance protection, along with the guarantees of a Whole Life plan, cash and loan values, and reduced paid-up insurance options.

Advantages of Security Whole Life from SNPJ

  • majority of benefits don't require a medical exam
  • simplified underwriting process
  • tax-deferred cash and loan value accumulation
  • proceeds are paid tax-free to your beneficiaries
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Security Whole Life is best for:

The SNPJ Security Whole Life plan is the ideal choice for individuals who desire the protection of permanent life insurance coverage, but may not qualify for a Whole Life plan or other permanent insurance plan due to physical limitations. Since rates are guaranteed on the SNPJ Security Whole Life plan, this plan is best suited for seniors and for individuals who do not qualify for other plans of permanent life insurance coverage. It is also a popular choice for those who are looking to complete their insurance portfolio with the purchase of a permanent life insurance policy in a lower face amount.

Get a permanent life insurance quote today.

Contact your Lodge secretary or sales agent, or contact the SNPJ Home Office to get a life insurance quote today. We will provide you with competitive insurance rates and help you select the right life insurance products that match your specific needs and budget.

Slovene National Benefit Society is licensed in the following states:
Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.