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The Future of Life Insurance, EQUOTE.com Provides Great Rates Without Intrusive Medical Exams
Date:8/23/2013

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

Life Insurance is over two thousand years old. (In fact, at its age, Life Insurance might have trouble finding life insurance!) It was actually founded in 100 BC by a Roman legionnaire. It was more of a ‘burial club’, as soldiers paid for each other’s funeral expenses. Romans feared unhappy ghosts from unburied bodies, but nowadays customers expect more peace of mind.

They find it at EQUOTE. EQUOTE offers term life insurance with a questionnaire, not a pesky medical examination. The best part is, you can finish the exam and get a quote in minutes!

It wasn’t always that easy. The first true insurance corporation wouldn’t start for another 1800 years (in 1759 in the US of A). Early laws were imperfect and allowed creditors to take much of the income, but term life insurance sales through EQUOTE are tax-free.

It’s incorrectly thought that life insurance is only for the sick and elderly. In fact, the earlier you get a policy, the better: lower risk people get significantly better rates. (The actuarial geniuses behind EQUOTE work to produce great rates for all customers. As the saying goes, ‘get good life insurance early; one can never knows when they’ll use it’!) No matter how old or young you are, EQUOTE will find a rate that works for you.

1856 was a banner year for insurance seekers, as Massachusetts became the first state to regulate insurance. New York would join soon after. EQUOTE is fully accredited, is a National Ethics Association member, and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Alll Life Insurance Policies have a cancellation guarantee.

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