Whole Life Insurance

All values related to the policy (death benefits, cash surrender values, premiums) are usually determined at policy issue, for the life of the contract, and usually cannot be altered after issue.

This means that the insurance company assumes all risk of future performance versus the actuaries’ estimates. If future claims are underestimated, the insurance company makes up the difference. On the other hand, if the actuaries’ estimates on future death claims are high, the insurance company will retain the difference.

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