Over 50 Life Insurance terminology J. What are over 50 joint life, joint life first death and joint life second death insurance policies?

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    Over 50 Life Insurance Terminology - J

    Joint Life Insurance Policy
    An Over 50 Life Insurance Policy which covers a couple as opposed to just having one policy holder.


    Joint Life First Death Insurance Policy
    This is a joint over 50 life insurance policy which pays out on the first death to occur.
    Normally, with a joint life policy it will then just expire after paying out on the first death.


    Joint Life Second Death Insurance Policy
    This over 50 life insurance pays out on the second death and is usually required when there is a large estate to consider.



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