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So you know you want life insurance and you know what kind you want to buy—but who should you buy it from? These Web sites will help you decide which insurance provider offers coverage you need and has the services you require.
- If you are looking for life insurance, most insurance providers have Web sites where you can research policies and even compare quotes. A simple search using your favorite search engine will yield the provider's Web site.
- If you already buy another kind of insurance (homeowner's, health, etc.) you may save money getting life insurance through the same provider. Take a look at the Web site of your current provider for more information.
- Checking an insurance company's credit rating can give you a good idea of how strong the company is perceived to be. A provider with low credit ratings may offer a less expensive policy, but also may not be successful enough to last until someone actually needs your insurance policy to be there. Try Moodys, Standard and Poor's and Fitch Ratings for life insurance provider credit ratings.