Next Term Life: One policy to meet life’s changes
An innovative term life insurance policy, Next Term Life lets you buy what you need now and increase your protection in the future with a simple process. With protection to age 65, your health rating locks in when you buy the policy, helping make it easy and more affordable to add coverage later.1
Why Choose Next Term Life Today?
An innovative life insurance policy, Next Term Life protects you until age 65. Remove the worry of losing valuable protection in 10 or 20 years like you do with a traditional level term policy.
The Benefits of Next Term Life
Life happens and Next Term Life changes with you. Start with the coverage you need now and adjust it later.
Partnered or Married
New Family Member
Lock in your rate and keep it! Your health rating locks in when you first buy the policy. That means even if you gain a few pounds or develop a health issue, the cost of any future coverage is based on your original health rating.1
No additional medical underwriting. 1
Premium based on original health rating
Easily change your coverage amount. With Next Term Life, you’ll know how much future additional coverage you’re approved for when you buy the policy. And with its “one and done” underwriting, you can increase or decrease your coverage through a simple process. It’s that easy.
Next Term Life offers you additional options to meet your needs over the years. Flexible coverage options that adapt throughout your life.
Terminal Illness Rider2
- Locking in your health rating is beneficial because the younger and healthier you are, typically the lower the premium. When you purchase Next Term Life, your health rating is locked in. For every qualifying life event thereafter, you can increase coverage without additional medical underwriting, and the premium for the increased coverage will be calculated at the original locked-in health rating and age at time of increase (up to attained age of 55). Qualifying life events require proof of life event & a signed change form, authorization, and terminal illness attestation.
- Terminal Illness Rider (Accelerated Death Benefit Rider) Form #R12TTI or ICC12 R12TTI. Rider form numbers based on state of policy issue. Terminal Illness Rider: Riders are subject to availability, restrictions and limitations. The cost of exercising the rider is that the death benefit is reduced by an amount greater than the rider benefit payment itself to reflect the early payment of the death benefit. Rider benefit payments will reduce the death benefit, cash surrender value, and any policy debt. Additionally, rider benefit payments may adversely affect the benefits under other riders. Benefits paid by accelerating the policy’s death benefit may or may not qualify for favorable tax treatment under Section 101(g) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. Tax treatment of an accelerated death benefit due to terminal illness depends on the life expectancy of the insured at the time benefits are accelerated. Receipt of accelerated death benefits may affect eligibility for public assistance programs such as Medicaid. Tax laws relating to accelerated death benefits are complex. Pacific Life cannot determine whether the benefits are taxable. Clients are advised to consult with qualified and independent legal and tax advisors for more information.
Our Process at a Glance
In three simple steps, design and purchase your Next Term Life policy. With just one policy, help protect your loved ones throughout your life’s changes.