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Life Insurance Comparison Chart

Choosing life insurance with American Family Life Insurance Company means you have the freedom to build a policy that’s best for you and your family. Take a look at our life insurance comparison chart to learn more about your options — so you’re confident you’re selecting the right coverage to protect what matters most.

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Life Insurance Calculator

Our easy-to-use Life Insurance Calculator helps answer the question "how much life insurance do I need?" It'll provide an estimate so you can determine the coverage amount needed to safeguard your loved ones' financial future.

Life Insurance Calculator

Our easy-to-use Life Insurance Calculator helps answer the question "how much life insurance do I need?" It'll provide an estimate so you can determine the coverage amount needed to safeguard your loved ones' financial future.

1 Any loans taken from your life insurance policy will accrue interest. Any outstanding loan balance (loan plus interest) will be deducted from the death benefit at the time of claim. If the loan balance grows too large for the cash value to support it, the policy could terminate.
2 Approval is subject to health history and underwriting guidelines.
3 Subject to policy terms and conditions, including timely payment of premiums.
4The information described on this web page is subject to policy terms and conditions. The GPO may be exercised only at specified dates and life events and is subject to benefit amount limitations. See policy for additional details.

Policy Forms: ICC18-36 (10), ICC18-36 (15), ICC18-36 (20), ICC18-36 (30), L-36 (10)(ND), L-36 (15)(ND), L-36 (20)(ND), L-36 (30)(ND), L-36 (10)(SD), L-36 (15)(SD), L-36 (20)(SD), L-36 (30)(SD), ICC18-33 (10), ICC18-33 (15), ICC18-34 (20), ICC18-35 (30), L-33 (10)(ND), L-33 (15)(ND), L-34 (20)(ND), L-35 (30)(ND), L-33 (10)(SD), L-33 (15)(SD), L-34 (20)(SD), L-35 (30)(SD), ICC17-225 WL, L-225 (ND) WL, L-225 WL, ICC17-226 WL, L-226 (ND) WL, L-226 WL, ICC17-227 WL, L-227 (ND) WL, L-227 WL, ICC17-223 WL, L-223 (ND) WL, L-223 WL, ICC17-224 WL, L-224 (ND) WL, L-224 WL, ICC17-228 WL, L-228 (ND) WL, L-228 WL, ICC13-97 UL, L-97 UL (AZ, ND, SD only)

Life insurance coverage that requires no medical exam, only a few health questions to help determine eligibility.
A component of some life insurance policies that accumulates from a portion of your premium and can be borrowed against like a loan to pay for things like education or retirement.1
A type of life insurance that provides flexibility in determining how long you want your coverage to last.
A type of life insurance that stays in place for a person’s entire life (subject to policy terms). Guaranteed death benefit.3
Coverage that’s in place for a certain time period, such as 20 years. The death benefit is paid to the beneficiary(ies) if you pass while the coverage is in place.