About Life Insurance
Allstate Benefits Whole Life insurance provides security through every stage of life. You can also choose to make optional riders available to customize coverage. In the event of a covered person's passing, their beneficiary will receive the applicable death benefit. Payments may be used for final expenses, daily living costs and any other needs – there are no restrictions.
How Whole Life Insurance Works
Whole life insurance pays a lump-sum cash benefit when the insured person dies or may pay a benefit if the covered person lives to the designated maturity age. Coverage amounts can vary to fit a family's needs and budget. Coverage includes an accelerated death benefit rider to help pay for long-term care if needed. See the brochure and our white paper "A Simple Guide to Understanding Long-Term Care (and Paying for It)" to learn more.
Features and benefits
Tiffany is like any parent – she's concerned about how her family will make ends meet if she dies unexpectedly. Most important, she worries about leaving her husband and children with a large amount of debt.
If something were to happen to her, Tiffany worries about:
Tiffany signs up for Whole Life Insurance from Allstate Benefits through her employer. It gives her some financial peace of mind when she thinks about her family's future.
Take the next step
Select the option below that works best for you.
Change your current Allstate Benefits or enroll for the first time with our online enrollment.
Get answers to your questions and/or complete your enrollment by phone.
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Disclaimers and notes
All exclusions and limitations apply to any coverage issued, including pre-existing condition limitation, if applicable.