With Aflac Final Expense Whole Life Insurance, policyholders can help protect their loved ones' financial security by helping to pay for end-of-life expenses not covered under Medicare and other programs, while also encouraging families to address uncomfortable discussions about final expenses.
The average out-of-pocket medical expenses during one's last year of life can total nearly $10,000.1 In addition to these expenses, there are often significant costs involved when settling a loved one's estate, and the median funeral expenses are almost $8,000.2 Considering that nearly 50% of American workers say they would not be able to pay more than $1,000 in out-of-pocket medical costs in the event of an accident or injury,3 Aflac's Final Expense Whole Life Insurance can help protect loved ones from inherited expenses.
Aflac's Final Expense Whole Life Insurance is available in two options: the Level Plan and the Modified Plan. Both plans include a guaranteed level premium — meaning premiums will never increase — and a guaranteed death benefit paid to the beneficiary while the policy is active. Plans are available for individuals age 45 to 80. Benefit amounts range from $2,000 to $50,000, depending on the plan selected. The level plan also offers the option to elect accelerated and accidental death benefit riders, as well as a children's term insurance rider.
Aflac is a Fortune 500 company, providing financial protection to more than 50 million people worldwide. Our customers choose Aflac because of our commitment to providing them with the confidence that comes from knowing they have assistance in being prepared for whatever life may bring. Aflac’s Final Expense Whole Life insurance policy is just another way we can be there for you and your family when you need us most.
Aflac Final Expense Insurance: Coverage may not be available in all states including but not limited to NM or NY. Benefits/premium rates may vary based on coverage selected. Optional riders may be available at an additional cost. Policies have limitations and exclusions that may affect benefits payable. Refer to the specific policy and rider form(s) for complete details, definitions, limitations and exclusions. In AR, ID, OK, OR, PA, TX and VA: Policies ICC21-AFLLBL21 and ICC21-AFLRPL21; and Riders ICC21-AFLABR22, ICC21-AFLADB22, and ICC21-AFLCDR22.Aflac Final Expense insurance coverage is underwritten by Tier One Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Aflac Incorporated and is administered by Aetna Life Insurance Company.
Aflac Medicare Supplement Insurance policy series AFLMS. Coverage not available in all states, including but not limited to NM or NY. Some plans may be available to qualified consumers under age 65. Plans not available in all states. Benefits/premium rates will vary based on coverage selected. For complete details of benefits, definitions, and exclusions, please carefully read the outline of coverage and policy forms, and refer to the "Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare." Aflac Medicare supplement insurance is not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. government or the federal Medicare program. All benefits payable under the policy are based upon Medicare-eligible expenses (as applicable). InIdaho, policies AFLMSP22A-ID, AFLMSP22F-ID, AFLMSP22G-ID, AFLMSP22N-ID. InOklahoma, policies AFLMSP22A-OK, AFLMSP22F-OK, AFLMSP22G-OK, AFLMSP22N-OK. InVirginia, policies AFLMSP22A-VA, AFLMSP22F-VA, AFLMSP22G-VA, AFLMSP22N-VA. Aflac Medicare Supplement insurance coverage is underwritten by Tier One Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Aflac Incorporated, and is administered by Aetna Life Insurance Company. 1021 Reams Blvd,Franklin, TN, 37064;