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What are the Top 15 Life Insurance Companies in America?
The NAIC has released the numbers for the top life insurance companies in America by market share by direct life insurance premiums.
The NAIC is the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. The NAIC is the organization of state insurance regulators for all 50 of the United States, Washington D.C., and five U.S. territories.
Top 15 Life Insurance Companies in America
Including AM Best Financial Strength Ratings
and Total Premiums
Metlife A+ $16 Billion
Aflac A+ $11 Billion
Prudential A+ $9.9 Billion
Northwestern Mutual A++ $7.7 Billion
New York Life A++ $7.7 Billion
Lincoln National A+ $5.5 Billion
John Hancock A+ $5.2 Billion
Mass Mutual A++ $4.8 Billion
Transamerica – Aegon A+ $4.2 Billion
State Farm A++ $3.9 Billion
AIG A $3.6 Billion
Guardian Life A++ $3.3 Billion
AXA A+ $3.3 Billion
Hartford F&C A $3.2 Billion
ING A $3 Billion
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Applicants age 60-64 are eligible to apply for up to $1 million in coverage; subject to underwriting approval.
Some qualified applicants (U.S. citizens up to the age of 59) will be able to finalize coverage without the need for a medical exam. The majority of applicants are still required to take a medical exam.
Keep in mind: Issuance of the policy or payment of benefits may depend upon the answers given in the application and the truthfulness thereof.