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  • wcireader
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    Totally agree – Stick with him, as he sounds like a great agent. Plus, we’re talking $5 a year here…

    Cincinnati Life is a bit old school, though they are a great company to work with. They are more of a P&C outfit, but we have access to them and love working with them.

    Either way, you will be fine with Cincinnati or Ameritas – Both are “A” A.M. Best rated carriers and very solid.
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    I see. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.

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  • Jason Veirs
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    Totally agree - Stick with him, as he sounds like a great agent. Plus, we're talking $5 a year here...

    Cincinnati Life is a bit old school, though they are a great company to work with. They are more of a P&C outfit, but we have access to them and love working with them.

    Either way, you will be fine with Cincinnati or Ameritas - Both are "A" A.M. Best rated carriers and very solid.

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  • wcireader
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    Yeah, you absolutely spend the extra $5.00 per year.

    No matter how much you shop, there will always be a cheaper deal.

    I would be impressed that your local agent is getting you something that competitive to begin with.
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    I see. Thanks so much for your thoughts.

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  • Craigy
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    Yeah, you absolutely spend the extra $5.00 per year.

    No matter how much you shop, there will always be a cheaper deal.

    I would be impressed that your local agent is getting you something that competitive to begin with.

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  • New independent agent for wife's term life to save $5/year?

    Thank you for all of your past help!

     

    I have been using a local independent agent for my own LTD and term life insurance and he has done a good job, especially given my somewhat non-straightforward medical history.

     

    I was going to apply with him for term life for my wife (clean bill of health), and the cheapest policy at the time for her per term4sale was through Ameritas. However, I checked this weekend, and now Cincinnati Life is $5/yr cheaper. However, it appears that he is not appointment with Cincinnati Life as he "found them very difficult to work with a few years ago." Should I just go ahead and apply for her via Ameritas as he has generally done a good job and doesn't try to sell whole/variable/universal life, or is it worth it to go through a different independent agent to save $5/yr through Cincinnati Life?

     

    Thank you so much for your replies!
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