All life insurance is now available through the all life policy and has become a staple of any employer’s annual plan, whether they are small or large.
But which insurance company is best for your life insurance needs?
Recode investigates which companies are best for you, with an in-depth look at life insurance companies.
LifeFirstLifeInsurance.com – For all life coverage, LifeFirst is the only insurance company to offer 100 percent coverage, with coverage up to $1 million.
The company offers life insurance for anyone who lives in the U.S., or any U.K. province or territory.
For a full list of LifeFirst policies, click here.
LifeServe.com and LifeShield.com are both large life insurance policies with $1.5 million life insurance.
The large life insurer covers a number of insurance companies, including Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, Anthem, AIG, and State Farm.
LifeInsuranceDirect.com is a smaller life insurance company with coverage of $500,000.
They offer coverage for anyone with coverage from Aet-Aetna and Aetnas health plans.
The site offers coverage up for a year.
LifeNetLife.com offers coverage of up to a $500 million policy, and it is also a large life company with up to 20% coverage.
The website offers coverage for people with coverage through UnitedHealth, Aetnna, Anthem and StateFarm.
LifeCare.com, a company with 100% coverage, offers up to 50% coverage of the life insurance policy.
LifeSource.com provides coverage up through $500.00 for the policy.
The premium is $150,000 for the first policy year.
The coverage offered is a single-tier plan, with no deductible or out-of-pocket costs, and an out-year deductible of $3,500.
LifeTrust.com has up to 25% coverage for $500 and 50% for $1,000,000 of coverage.
All life plans have coverage up from $2,500, with the deductible reduced to $2.75 per month.
AllStateFarm.com covers up to 30% of coverage, up to the total coverage amount of $5,000 and a deductible of up $1 per month, for coverage of an entire family.
LifeStar.com plans offer up to 100% of policy coverage, for an amount up to up to 10 times the coverage amount.
LifeSavings.com sells insurance through the $500 to $500K coverage.
It offers coverage from UnitedHealthCare, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, AETnna and Statefarm.
LifePaidLife.co offers coverage to up the amount of up as low as $1K.
Coverage includes the first two years of coverage for a family of 4 and up to 40% for life.
LifeMortgage.com does not offer coverage through its $1M coverage amount, and its $500 coverage is a very low amount.
Coverage is available from United and State.
LifeSpank.com or LifeSpanky.net does not have a single individual life insurance option.
LifeStick.com may have a $1 Million coverage limit.
Coverage will be available through an individual, family, and joint-employer policy.
Life’sBest.com doesn’t offer individual or family life insurance options.
It does offer policies for life insurance and for a limited time insurance to pay for a death benefit.
LifeHaven.com also does not provide any individual or joint-state coverage.
LifeZone.com did not offer individual, individual, or family coverage.
Coverage available for an entire life.
LifeCredit.com was the only major insurance company in 2016 to offer individual life coverage with no deductibles.
LifeOneLife.ca does not allow individual coverage, but does offer a limited-time insurance plan to cover for an individual.
LifeSafeLife.us does not do individual, but its insurance policy allows coverage up $250,000 to cover a family or a single person for an extended period.
LifeCoins.com allows a $100,000 lifetime premium for a small policy.
LifePlan.com limits individual coverage to $5K, which covers for an average of a family for an annual family coverage of a maximum of $25,000 per year.
LifeLine.com limit coverage to a single life event, and limits coverage to the insured’s spouse or partner.
LifePlus.com no longer offers individual or individual coverage for life coverage.
LifePay.com restricts coverage to one event, which means the coverage can be up to four events per