Arlington Life Insurance

Learn how to find the right life insurance for you.

Written by Meg Stefanac
Written by Meg Stefanac

Financial blogger and business owner, Meg Stefanac, has more than 15 years experience working in the financial services industry and enjoys helping individuals make solid financial decisions. Meg has extensive experience writing about insurance and finances and is a key contributor to


This city is most famous with sports fans because it is the home of both the Dallas Cowboys football team and the Texas Rangers baseball team. This large and vibrant Dallas-Fort Worth suburb has actually expanded from a small town with only 4,000 residents before the onset of World War II. If your family and assets are also expanding, it might be time to research Arlington, TX life insurance.

You can contact a member of the Trusted Choice® network for a life insurance needs assessment, policy suggestions and free Arlington life insurance quotes from a variety of highly rated insurers. Get in touch with one of these local agents as soon as possible for help with you family’s life insurance needs.

Sample Premiums and Local Considerations

  • Sample monthly premium for $500,000 of 20 year term life coverage for a 20-year-old female preferred risk non-smoker: $25.79
  • Sample monthly premium for $500,000 of 20 year term life coverage for a 35-year-old female preferred risk non-smoker: $35.69
  • Sample monthly premium for $500,000 of 20 year term life coverage for a 50-year-old female preferred risk non-smoker: $86.98
  • Sample monthly premium for $500,000 of 20 year term life coverage for a 50-year-old male preferred risk non-smoker: $111.38

These sample price quotes are not intended to represent the actual rates that you might receive from any particular Arlington life insurance company. They are meant to demonstrate how premiums vary due to gender, contract length, age, general health, lifestyle choices, policy type and coverage amount.

Other factors can also affect your premiums. Some of these could include certain risky hobbies, occupations and even travel habits. You may also be offered a discounted price for healthy lifestyle choices and having generally good health. Each individual is different, so it is important to shop around for an insurer who can offer you the best deal.

Arlington Life Insurance Policy Types

  • Term life insurance: This is temporary life insurance, and it is popular because rates tend to be lower than they are for other kinds of life insurance. In its most basic form, term life insurance only provides a death benefit for a certain period of time (the term) and has no cash value.
  • Whole life insurance: This is permanent coverage because it does not expire on a specific date. These policies may also increase in cash value and can be paid off over a period of years providing paid-off lifetime coverage.
  • Universal life insurance: This is a type of permanent life coverage that is both more flexible and more complicated than whole life. Certain features, like the premium, can even be adjusted within policy limits.

There is no single perfect type of coverage for every individual or family. Your financial situation and goals will impact your purchase decision. Along with the basic types of common policies, you can also find additional options or variations that could provide useful benefits.

For example, some companies will allow you to bundle disability or critical illness insurance into one policy. You might also buy a joint policy for yourself and your spouse. These options might make selecting different kinds of coverage simpler, affordable and more useful.


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Who Can Purchase Coverage?

  • Americans who do not believe they have enough life insurance: 39%
  • Number of new individual policies purchased in the U.S., 2009: 10,139
  • Americans aged 25 to 34 with life insurance: over 50%
  • Americans under age 25 with life insurance: 18%

Even though many employees have the option of purchasing Arlington life insurance from an employer-based group plan, some of these people decide to purchase private plans anyway. Individual life insurance plans may offer more choices and the advantage of being transportable from job to job.

If you run or manage a local company, you might be interested in offering group insurance benefits to your workforce. Many employers find that offering group insurance benefits increases morale and helps retain good employees. You can also discuss group insurance plans with a local Trusted Choice member agent.

Compare Arlington Life Insurance Quotes

Life insurance may seem complicated, especially when you have a growing family, but a member of the Trusted Choice network can compare a variety of rate quotes and make it easy for you to select the right coverage.

Contact a Trusted Choice member agent today to find the right Arlington life insurance to secure your family’s future.

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