Term Life insurance for smokers will be more expensive than their non-smoking counter parts.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2012
Lifeline Direct Insurance Services provides clients transparency in their insurance options by finding the appropriate insurance plan for their specific situation at the most competitive prices on the market. Lifeline Direct released a post this week titled “How to Get Life Insurance for Smokers.”
“Term Life insurance for smokers will be more expensive than their non-smoking counter parts. A healthy 30-year-old female non-smoker will typically pay around $20 to $60 per month for a $300,000 term life insurance policy; her smoking counterpart will pay between $50 and $90. Multiply that by several years and you can imagine what an impact those rates can have. To get a better idea about why smokers pay more for life insurance, it helps to consider some pretty sobering statistics,” stated by Matthew Loughran, from Lifeline Direct Insurance Services.
To get an instant quote click the link below:
About Lifeline Direct Insurance
Direct Insurance Services was founded to assist clients in finding the right life insurance plan for their specific situation at the most competitive prices on the market. Lifeline Direct Insurance remains diligent in their goal to deconstruct and speed up the process of acquiring insurance for their clients. To obtain more information please contact Lifeline Direct Insurance Services at 877-805-9624 or http://www.lifelinedirectinsurance.com.