Acquiring adequate life insurance coverage is an important part of making sure your family will remain financially strong after your death. Life insurance can cover immediate costs such as funeral expenses or medical bills, as well as help pay off any outstanding loans you might leave behind such as auto loans or mortgages. Other types of life insurance policies can also provide long term investment strategies that can help finance your retirement, or an investment strategy attached to the life insurance policy that can greatly increase the long term payout. One company that offers life insurance policies to help you provide for your family is Reassure Life Insurance.
Founded in 1829, Reassure Life Insurance was originally called Royal Maccabees Life Insurance. In 1999, it changed its name to Reassure America. In 2007, Valley Forge Life Insurance acquired Reassure America. Reassure provides a variety of life insurance and other types of insurance policies, including both individual and group life and health policies as well as term, whole life, variable life and survivorship insurance. As with most insurance companies, term life is less expensive, providing a consistent payoff value, while whole and variable life insurance policies provide investment options that can increase payoff value but that also introduce higher levels of risk into the policy's ability to provide the money you and your family will need.
Although Reassure Life Insurance offers several policy options through Valley Forge, and both companies appear to have a long history and a solid reputation, their online presence is fragmented and it is very difficult to find information on the types of policies or even how to apply for policies. Those interested in acquiring life insurance through Reassure/Valley Forge might want to consult with an insurance broker for more detailed information on policy options before making a final decision.