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Presidential Life Insurance

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Last updated June 15, 2009

About Presidential Life Insurance Company

Founded in 1965, Presidential Life Insurance started as a local company in Nyack, New York selling life insurance in the few surrounding counties.  It has now grown into a nationally-based company with offices in 49 states.  Presidential Life Insurance has been built around a core set of values.  These values have been summarized by the company as “the three P’s”: people, products and patience.

Presidential Life Insurance Says

Presidential Life has two main types of life insurance: graded benefit (whole) life and simplified issue (whole) life.  Graded benefit (whole) life is designed to best fit individuals who were either uninsurable or so highly rated that the cost prohibits it.  Presidential Life works to provide coverage for such people and give them an option when its too late for them to be covered by most other companies.  No medical question or examinations are required for this policy. Simplified issue (whole) life insurance is another option for those who have less than perfect health.  Simplified issue (whole) life can provide protection up to $20,000 and the policy can be issued within 48 hours after answering only a few medical questions. Contact Presidential Life Insurance Company at: Presidential Life 69 Lydecker Street Nyack, NY 10960-2103 Telephone: (800) 926-7599 Sources: “Life Insurance Details ”, President Life web site, 2009, “About Us”, Presidential Life web site, 2009
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