Guaranteed Life Insurance from Gerber Life is whole life insurance for adults between 50 and 80 years old. Approval is guaranteed, regardless of your health.
Whole life insurance does not have a specified time period of coverage. You can own the policy for a few years or for the rest of your life, as long as you pay the premiums. Whole life insurance also builds "cash value." Cash value is money that is set aside by Gerber Life for your policy, which can be accessed if needed. The longer you own the whole life policy, the more cash value you have in your policy.
Gerber Life offers a wide range of Guaranteed Life coverage options from $5,000 to $25,0001. Coverage is available in $1,000 increments. Our friendly representatives can help you determine the coverage that best suits you and your family.
1 South Dakota residents, maximum coverage of $15,000.
If you qualify, Social Security will pay $225 toward your final expenses. That is just not enough – the average cost of a funeral can run as high as $10,0002. Guaranteed Life Insurance from Gerber Life can be a smart choice to help offset these high costs.
2 NFDA 2015 General Price List Survey. National Funeral Directors Association.
Absolutely not. With Gerber Life, the amount you pay when your Guaranteed Life coverage starts is the same amount that you'll pay throughout the life of your policy. The only time your premiums may change is if you decide to increase your coverage or the frequency of your payments.
The Gerber Life Guaranteed Life Insurance policy comes with a graded death benefit limitation. It applies to the first two years of coverage when the policy is issued. If death occurs within the first two policy years for any reason other than an accident, all premiums plus 10% interest shall be paid to the beneficiary. If death is due to accidental causes within the first two policy years, the full death benefit shall be paid to the beneficiary.
After the two-year Graded Period, if the insured dies for any reason, the full face amount of the policy shall be paid to the beneficiary. If the insured dies by suicide within two years from the Issue Date, the only amount payable will be the premiums paid for the policy plus 10%, less any debt against the policy.
Yes. Under current Federal law, the benefits are not subject to Federal tax if paid to a named beneficiary.
No medical exam is necessary for the Gerber Life Guaranteed Life Insurance policy. The only condition for becoming a Guaranteed Life policy owner is that you are between 50 and 80 years old. Your acceptance—regardless of your health—is guaranteed.
No. Once coverage begins, and for as long as premiums are paid, Gerber Life cannot cancel your Guaranteed Life Insurance. Only you have the option to cancel the coverage.
The Gerber Life "free look" feature gives you 30 days to examine and accept your Guaranteed Life Insurance whole life policy. If you decide that you no longer want the safety and coverage that your policy offers, simply return it for a full refund of all premiums that have been paid.