Looking for a $250,000 term life insurance quote?
Cost is what prevents a lot of people from doing or buying things, even if they know it’s something that’s good for them. Nothing could be closer to the truth than when it comes to life insurance. If a family finds that it’s sometimes difficult to pay for daily expenses, adding life insurance payments to the mix might be the furthest thing from their minds. If money is already tight, perhaps a life insurance policy should be made one of their top priorities. After all, what would that family do if one of the main income earners were to suddenly die?
The great thing about life insurance is that there are a lot of options, many of which are affordable. You can, for instance, purchase a policy with a lesser amount of coverage if it will make it just that much more affordable. At least you will have some amount of coverage in place.
So how much is a $250,000 life insurance policy? While it’s impossible to name just one single price because policies are priced on an individual basis according to applicants’ health and age, it is possible to conclude that a $250,000 life insurance policy will obviously be less costly than a $500,000 or $1 million policy.
For instance, if a 42-year old, male non-smoker from Illinois applied for a term life policy with a 20 year term and $250,000 worth of coverage, he could expect to pay as little as $23.93 a month. Take that same man and have him apply for $500,000 in coverage and that monthly price minimum jumps to $42.63 a month. As you can see, there are ways to make a life insurance policy much more affordable.
The price you will pay for a $250.000 term life insurance policy will be determined by your health exam and the information you provide on your application. If you’re relatively young, have no serious medical issues and are a non-smoker, it likely won’t be difficult to find a life insurance policy that will easily fit within your budget.