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Eight States We’re Excited About Today

Eight States We’re Excited About Today

Yaron Ben-ZviYaron Ben-Zvi CEO, Haven Life

We’re excited to announce that Haven Term* is available in eight new states.

Beginning today, residents of Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas (in addition to Massachusetts residents, of course) can purchase Haven Term, our fully medically underwritten term life insurance policy, online. It’s never been easier to secure financial protection for your family.

If we’re not in your area yet, don’t worry. We’re expanding quickly and will likely be in your state soon. Sign up to be notified when Haven Term is in your area. In the meantime, you can still try our free life insurance calculator to find out how much coverage you need.

Life insurance isn’t one-size-fits-all. Find out how much coverage you really need.

Today’s expansion allows us to serve the millions of Americans who don’t have life insurance with a simpler, more transparent way to buy a policy.

And, interestingly, many of us know we need a life insurance policy… but are procrastinating.

We recently conducted original research with YouGov to uncover perceptions around life insurance and financial planning in each of the new states. We found that on average, 62 percent of these Americans think they need life insurance, and of those people, 31 percent still don’t own a policy. Despite having knowledge of the value of life insurance, many people still aren’t purchasing the coverage they need. With a simpler solution, we’re confident more people will take the plunge.

No more excuses.

— Yaron Ben-Zvi
CEO, Haven Life

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Research Methodology
Haven Life commissioned YouGov PLC—a third party, professional research and consulting organization—to poll the views of 2,183 adults. The figures were sampled and weighted to be representative of all adults (aged 18-55) in each individual state (GA, IL, MI, NJ, NC, OH, PA, TX). Fieldwork was undertaken in August 2015. The survey was carried out online.

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