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Life Insurance Quiz – Test Your Knowledge

September 23, 2015

Test your life insurance knowledge quizLife insurance is often viewed as a confusing topic. In fact, according the 2015 Insurance Barometer study conducted by worldwide research organization LIMRA and non-profit Life Happens, 38 percent of consumers did not purchase (or did not purchase more) life insurance because they found life insurance research to be confusing. They did not know what types of policies they should buy or how much coverage they needed.

Put your life insurance knowledge and your knowledge of the Gerber Life products to the test and take our life insurance quiz below. If you get stuck, here’s a hint – all the answers can be found somewhere on our website.

What is the difference between Term Life Insurance and Whole Life Insurance?

What are some things you should consider when you deciding how much life insurance coverage you need?

When applying for Life insurance coverage, medical examinations and health history questions are:

Approval is guaranteed regardless of health for which of the following policies?

Which of the following statements about life insurance is false?

All of the following are true about The Grow-Up® Plan, EXCEPT:

If your policy offers a cash value benefit, what can you use the cash value toward?

When determining how much life insurance you and your family need, which factors should you consider?

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