LINCOLN LIFEELEMENTS® LEVEL TERM (2012)
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Is Lincoln LifeElements® Level Term (2012) right for you?
- Do you have a temporary need for insurance protection?
- Are you looking for affordable death benefit protection?
- Do you have the need for short-term protection with the potential to convert to long-term protection in the future?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Lincoln LifeElements® Level Term (2012) may be right for you.
What is Lincoln LifeElements® Level Term (2012)?
Lincoln LifeElements® Level Term (2012) is a term insurance policy with guaranteed level premiums for your choice of 10, 15, 20, or 30 years.
That means that you pay the same low rate every year, and your premium is guaranteed not to change during the selected premium period. Plus, your policy is guaranteed not to be cancelled as long as you continue to pay premiums to keep it in-force.
Renewing your policy
After the selected term period, you can elect to continue coverage up until age 95. Premiums will increase annually based on your initial underwriting classification.
Covering your changing needs
Before the end of your level term period, or to attained age 70, whichever is earlier, you can convert your Lincoln LifeElements® Level Term (2012) policy to a permanent life insurance policy that Lincoln makes available, without going through the underwriting process again. In New York, you can convert to a permanent policy by the end of the fifth policy year, or attained age 70, whichever is later.
Level Premium Guarantee Period:
|Guaranteed Level Premium Periods: 10, 15, 20, or 30 years. The premium scale will be guaranteed for the entire level premium period: 10, 15, 20 or 30 years. After the level premium period, premiums will increase annually until age 95.|
Minimum Face Amount: $250,000
Maximum Face Amount: Subject to individual consideration.
|10-year term||$90 payable in all years|
|15-year term||$60 payable in all years|
|20-year term||$60 payable in all years|
|30-year term||$50 payable in all years|
|Nationwide||Washington and New York|
|10-Year Term: All Classes||18 - 75||18 - 70|
|15-Year Term: All Classes||18 - 65||18 - 65|
|20-Year Term: Non Tobacco Classes||18 - 60||18 - 60|
|30-Year Term: Non Tobacco Class||18 - 50||18 - 50|
|30-Year Term: Tobacco Class||18 - 45||18 - 45|
|Waiver of Premium Rider:||Available at an additional cost, waives premium payments during the disability period of an insured who becomes totally disabled.|
|Children's Level Term Insurance Rider:||Available at an additional cost, provides level term coverage for all children of the insured.|
|Accelerated Benefit Rider:||Pays out a portion of the death benefit if you were to develop a terminal illness likely to result in death within 6 months. Please note that in New York, this rider applies to terminal illnesses only and provides no coverage for nursing home stays. Accelerated death benefits may be taxable and may affect public assistance eligibility.|
Important disclosures. Please read.
Lincoln LifeElements® Level Term (2012) is issued on policy form TRM5065 and state variations by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, IN. Contractual obligations are backed by the claims-paying ability of The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. In New York, contracts are issued on policy form TRM5065N.5/11 by Lincoln Life & Annuity Company of New York, Syracuse, NY. Contractual obligations are backed by the claims paying ability of Lincoln Life & Annuity Company of New York.
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Product and features are subject to state availability. Limitations and exclusions may apply.
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