Life Insurance Calculators + Tools You Can Use

Life Insurance Calculator

When researching retirement options, life insurance plans, and financial savings tips, there are many tools that can help you get started. These helpful tools can guide in your research and decision-making process.

Are you starting with the basics of life insurance? Currently insured, but needing to reevaluate your life insurance policy? Make the wisest decision for your family by using helpful online tools to educate yourself based on your unique situation.

Life Insurance Calculator
One of the very first steps in choosing a life insurance policy is understanding your needs. Life insurance policy premiums are based on things like income, family size and which benefits you choose. With an easy-to-use, online life insurance calculator you can determine how much life insurance is right for your needs.

Getting a Free Insurance Quote
After calculating your life insurance needs, you may want to compare policies by getting an online quote. You can usually get a life insurance quote online for free in a matter of minutes. Based on the type of policy as well as your financial needs and personal health, an online quote can give you an estimate of what a life insurance policy may cost each month. Getting a quote does not mean you have to buy anything and can be an important part of the decision process. You may choose to get quotes on multiple types of policies to find one that is cost-effective, though reliability and personal service can also be important factors to consider in addition to pricing.

Find an Agent* Tool
Once you’ve calculated the amount of life insurance you want and have an idea of what the cost may be, you can choose to shop for a policy on your own or you may decide to work with an agent*. Many local life insurance agents* will have an online presence so you can locate one in your area. Your local agent* should be able to answer any questions you have and be able to help you in the next step of applying for life insurance. Look for a helpful agent* from a dependable company who knows about the products and services they provide and can answer your questions.

You’ve got all the tools you need at your fingertips to calculate your need, find an agent* and get a quote. The next step is up to you.

*In WA/OR, Agent is Producer

Insurance products and services are offered by Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company or one of its affiliates. Home Office: 3300 Mutual of Omaha Plaza, Omaha, NE 68175. Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company is licensed nationwide. United of Omaha Life Insurance Company is licensed nationwide, except New York. Companion Life Insurance Company, Hauppauge, NY 11788-2934, is licensed in New York. Products not available in all states. Each underwriting company is solely responsible for its own contractual and financial obligations.

Registered representatives offer securities through Mutual of Omaha Investor Services, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC. Investment advisor representatives offer advisory services through Mutual of Omaha Investor Services, Inc. 

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