Affordable coverage to protect the people who are priceless to you.

You probably don’t want to think about your family living without you. That’s what makes your consideration of term life insurance so important. Your policy’s benefit lets your family’s life go on by directly helping them pay for funeral costs, mortgage and school expenses, and other financial obligations. Let us guide you through your options to determine the most suitable policy for your family. Your quote is free and there’s no obligation.

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Low Cost Life Insurance Agency is not licensed in Alaska, New York, or Hawaii, and is unable to provide quotes for residents of these states.

What is term life insurance?

It’s the simplest form of life insurance.

Term life insurance is a policy that can replace your salary and provide for other needs or unexpected expenses. These policies have a specific end date, or “term” — either a set number of years, or until you reach a specific age. It can be used with a financial plan to help protect against the risk of your unexpected death.

Is it best for me?

It depends on what you need it for.

Of course, every situation is different. But we prefer term life over other kinds of life insurance for many reasons. It’s a simple, efficient, cost-effective way to replace your income should you no longer be able to provide for your family. It’s flexible to your needs and budget, and most people can get coverage.

Choosing life insurance can be confusing.

With a FREE no-obligation quote from Low Cost Life Insurance, you’ll also receive:

Clear explanations of the policies available to you.

A confidential conversation with an insurance expert.

A personalized evaluation of your specific coverage needs.

As featured on:

• The daily radio program “Dana and Parks,” hosted by Dana Wright and Scott Parks (KMBZ).

• Kansas City’s Morning News, hosted by E.J. Becker and Ellen Schenk on (KMBZ) in Kansas City.

• The Saturday radio program “Investing Sense,” hosted by Bob Richards and Andy Smith.

• The Saturday radio program “Moneyline,” hosted by Peter Newman, CPA (KMBZ).