Good News in 2022: Living Promise Graded Reprice

Our Living Promise Graded Benefit Plan offers affordable coverage and competitive product features and now on January 1, 2022, you will also see rate decreases in many of the age bands. Here’s what you need to know: Rate Adjustments Rate adjustments will be a mix of decreases and increases and may vary by age and sex. You can view the new rates by referring to the quoting software beginning January 1, 2022. Transition Rules Applications signed prior to January 1, 2022, will receive the old rates. Applications signed on January 1, 2022, or after will receive the new rates. Quoting
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Ease Your Client’s Worries with Living Promise

Living Promise Whole Life Insurance is designed to help provide affordable protection that pays benefits directly to the person you choose to take care of your outstanding medical bills, unexpected expenses or debt that you may leave behind. Leaving you with nothing to worry about when you’re gone. Product Features Competitive premiums Simplified underwriting — no medical exam, coverage is based on answers to a few simple health questions Two coverage choices: Level Benefit Plan Policy issue ages: 45 – 85 Benefit amounts: $2,000 – $40,000 (in WA, $5,000 – $40,000) Accelerated Death Benefit for Terminal Illness or Nursing Home
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Upcoming Rate Changes for Life Products

We are announcing upcoming changes to our participation rates, cap rates and fixed account rates on our life products. These rate decreases come as a result of the current rate environment and the increased market volatility, which causes an increase in options costs. Effective April 1, 2020, we will be lowering the fixed crediting rate on Income Advantage IUL, Life Protection Advantage IUL, IUL Express and AccumUL Answers. Effective May 10, 2020, we will be making changes to our participation rates and cap rates on our Income Advantage IUL and Life Protection Advantage IUL products. Fixed Crediting Rate Changes Effective
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Final Reminder: Upcoming Changes to Our Life Portfolio

As a reminder, effective January 1, 2020, we will be making changes to our life product portfolio, including discontinuing our Guaranteed Universal Life product, repricing our Level and Graded Living Promise Whole Life final expense products, repricing our Term Life Express Non-ROP product and discontinuing our Term Life Express 20-Year ROP product. Read the Upcoming Changes to Our Life Portfolio article for complete details on the changes. Read the 2020 Life Product Changes: Transition Rules article to get the full transition rules. Read the FAQ document to get answers to any questions you may have regarding the upcoming changes. If
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Upcoming Life Rate and Product Changes Effective January 1, 2020

Effective January 1, 2020, we will be: Increasing the cap on our 100% Participation Rate Strategy for Life Protection Advantage IUL Decreasing our crediting rate on AccumUL Answers Repricing our AccumUL Answers product Life Protection Advantage IUL Cap Increase: The cap for the 100% Participation Strategy on Life Protection Advantage IUL will increase from 9% to 10%. This rate change will apply to newly issued policies, as well as to any in force policies with a segment that is created (with new premium dollars) or renews on January 10, 2020. With the sweep feature, all money received in the home
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Living Promise e-App Now Has Bank Validation

When you enter your client’s payment information you want to ensure everything is correct. With bank validation, your client’s bank routing and account numbers will be verified to ensure they are a match. If they aren’t you’ll receive an error message so you can correct the payment information on the spot. Just one more great reason to use our Living Promise e-App. If you have any additional questions, please contact your Mutual of Omaha Life Sale Director or Account Executive.   Living Promise e-App Now Has Bank Validation   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Reminder: Upcoming Changes to Our Life Portfolio

As a reminder, effective January 1, 2020, we will be making changes to our life product portfolio, including discontinuing our Guaranteed Universal Life product, repricing our Level and Graded Living Promise Whole Life final expense products, repricing our Term Life Express Non-ROP product and discontinuing our Term Life Express 20-Year ROP product. Read the Upcoming Changes to Our Life Portfolio article for complete details on the changes. Read the 2020 Life Product Changes: Transition Rules article to get the full transition rules. Read the FAQ document to get answers to any questions you may have regarding the upcoming changes. If
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Upcoming Changes to Our Life Product Portfolio

Mutual of Omaha is financially strong and we continue to focus on growing our company. Our commitment to growth is what helps ensure that we’ll be around when it comes time for us to deliver on the promises we’ve made to our policyholders. This continued growth requires an investment of capital, and as a mutual company, we rely primarily on our earnings to create new capital. Recently, statutory earnings have been impacted by several economic factors, including a prolonged low interest rate environment. We’re proactively addressing this trend in 2020 to produce positive statutory earnings and maintain our long-term financial
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

2020 Life Product Changes: Transition Rules

Effective January 1, 2020, we will be making changes to our life product portfolio, including discontinuing our Guaranteed Universal Life product, repricing our Level and Graded Living Promise Whole Life final expense products, repricing our Term Life Express Non-ROP product and discontinuing our Term Life Express 20-Year ROP product. Below is a summary of the transition rules. More information on these product changes and transition rules can be found in our 2020 Life Product Changes Frequently Asked Questions document.   GUL and TLE 20-Year ROP policies: You will still be able to submit applications for GUL and TLE 20-year ROP
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Categories: Industry News, Life Insurance, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).