How Big is Your Safety Net?

Life insurance is like a safety net – it protects the people you love if you die too soon and when combined with optional Living Benefits, it can allow you to access the death benefit while you are living for help with a qualifying terminal, chronic or critical illness, or critical injury.1

Click each section to build your safety net.








Medical and Financial underwriting may limit the amount of coverage you may qualify for.

Products issued by:

National Life Insurance Company   |   Life Insurance Company of the Southwest

Guarantees are dependent upon the claims paying ability of the issuing company.


National Life Group® is a trade name of National Life Insurance Company, Montpelier, VT, Life Insurance Company of the Southwest, Addison, TX and their affiliates.  Each company of National Life Group is solely responsible for its own financial condition and contractual obligations.  Life Insurance Company of the Southwest is not an authorized insurer in New York and does not conduct insurance business in New York.


No bank or credit union guarantee | Not a deposit | Not FDIC/NCUA insured
May lose value | Not insured by any federal or state government agency



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  1. Living benefits are provided by riders called Accelerated Benefit Riders.  Payment of Accelerated Benefits will reduce the Cash Value and Death Benefit otherwise payable under the policy.  Receipt of Accelerated Benefits may be a taxable event and may affect your eligibility for public assistance programs.  Please consult your personal tax advisor to determine the tax status of any benefits paid under this rider and with social service agencies concerning how receipt of such a payment will affect you.
              Riders are supplemental benefits that can be added to a life insurance policy and are not suitable unless you also have a need for life insurance.  Riders are optional, may require additional premium and may not be available in all states or on all products.  This is not a solicitation of any specific insurance policy.
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