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Group Life - Manhattan & Westchester County, NY, Fairfield, CT, and New Jersey

Many employers offer Group Life insurance to their employees as an incentive to join and stay with the firm, or as part of their voluntary benefits to help individuals with their financial planning.

A.J. Benet can enhance your employee benefits program with Group Life insurance.

A group life plan enables you to buy a master policy, and then issue certificates of participation in the plan. Each employee is underwritten as part of the employer’s group and no one is denied based on a medical condition. What’s more, an employee typically has the right to keep their coverage and convert it to an individual policy when they leave the employer (with some restrictions).

Designed to provide benefits for dependents in the event of the insured’s premature death, a group term life policy is often the most affordable option for employers. It provides a large amount of insurance for a set period in a employee’s life. A whole life, or permanent life, insurance policy is more expensive and builds cash value over the course of its existence. An employee can borrow against the cash value or use it in other ways, such as for college tuition.

Help your employees plan for tomorrow with a group life plan.

We invite you to give us a call at your convenience at (888) 639-4560, or if you prefer email us or return the form on this page, and we’ll call you to set up an appointment to review your employee benefits program in detail and show you we can serve your needs.

Since 1964, A.J. Benet has been serving residents in New York City, Pelham Manor, Pelham, New Rochelle, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, Harrison, Rye, Port Chester, Rye Brook, South Salem, Purchase, White Plains, Scarsdale, Eastchester, Bronxville, Armonk, Chappaqua, Briarcliff, Pound Ridge, Bedford, Mt. Kisco, and Katonah, New York; as well as in the Connecticut communities of Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, Stamford, Darien, Rowayton, Fairfield, Westport, Southport, and New Canaan.