2 New Life Insurance Companies!

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We are pleased to announce two new life insurance companies have recently joined the QuickQuote marketplace!

Mutual of Omaha

Founded in 1909, United of Omaha Life Insurance Company is a Mutual of Omaha company. As a mutual company, owned by policyholders, the company takes a more conservative approach to investments and business decisions and is not driven by the short-term quarterly results that often characterize publicly traded companies. Mutual of Omaha’s capital position is quite strong with more than 2.2 billion in statutory surplus.

Mutual of Omaha is often recognized by its show Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, which first aired on NBC in January of 1963. Mutual of Omaha has a long-standing commitment to conservation that dates back more than 40 years. The company believes there is a correlation between protecting the world’s natural resources and its business of protecting a family’s resources. Both require planning, care, and professional guidance.

The company is rated A+ by AM Best (2nd highest of 15 ratings).

SBLI

Founded in 1907, The Savings Bank Life Insurance Company of Massachusetts (SBLI) is committed to providing value, quality, and stability you can count on. SBLI has the largest amount of life insurance in force in the state of Massachusetts.

In 1907, Louis D. Brandeis, a prominent Boston attorney, recognized a need for low-cost life insurance. His idea was to have savings banks in Massachusetts offer life insurance, and he established the savings bank life insurance system to accomplish this objective. Today, the company still sells life insurance through many banks. However, SBLI also sells its products directly to consumers. Most importantly, the company has never wavered from its dedication in providing safe, low-cost life insurance for policyholders.

The company is rated A+ by AM Best (2nd highest of 15 ratings).

These two leading life insurance companies offer competitive prices on term life insurance. Check out quotes from these companies today!

Sources: Mutual of Omaha, SBLI

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