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Primerica vs. Prudential vs. MetLife vs. Mutual of Omaha vs. Protective Life

Primerica vs. Prudential vs. MetLife vs. Mutual of Omaha vs. Protective Life

Primerica vs. Prudential vs. MetLife vs. Mutual of Omaha vs. Protective Life

Some of top underwriters of term life insurance in America today are; Primerica (Prime America), Prudential, MetLife, Mutual of Omaha, and Protective Life. If you’re are in the market for life insurance and are uncertain which company is best, this article will provide some additional information, including; ratings, prices, and other key facts to assist you in your search for the best term life insurance policy to protect your family and provide you with peace of mind that life insurance provides.

 

Financial Ratings A.M. Best

Primerica    Prudential   MetLife   Mutual of Omaha   Protective Life

A+                  A+          A+            A+                   A+

A.M. Best Scale

 

Years in Business

Primerica   Prudential   MetLife    Mutual of Omaha   Protective Life

38                140         147                106               108

 

Sample Prices for $500k 20 year term         

Primerica   Prudential     MetLife   Mutual of Omaha   Protective Life

$47.98     $43.65        $43.56      $33.47             $33.79

 

*40 year old male Preferred Plus rate class date of birth 11/15/1974

 

Primerica vs. Prudential vs. MetLife vs. Mutual of Omaha vs. Protective Life

As you can see above, all of the aforementioned companies have the same financial rating of A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best and all have been in business over 100 years (except Primerica). As far as which insurance company is going to have the lowest rates, it will depend on the person, their health history and profile such as; build, family history, driving history, etc. As of this writing, Protective Life, Mutual of Omaha (United of Omaha) and many times Prudential will have some of the lowest premiums in the country. Since there are over nine hundred life insurance companies out there and each one has different underwriting guidelines and standards, we suggest that you receive rates from multiple companies and choose the best one.