National Geographic : 1940 Nov
What Life Insurance Program should an independent single woman have? Two considerations are the key to the life insurance program of a woman like Anne Dunne. First, if any thing should happen to her in the next few years, she wants to be sure her mother will always have com fort and security. And Second, she wants to create a fund for herself, so that some day she will be able to retire and do the things she's always wanted to do. For people like Anne, The Prudential offers a life insurance policy called the Endowment at Age 60. Q: What is the Endowment at Age 60 Policy? A: It is a policy providing life insurance protection until age 60, and a cash fund for the insured if living at 60, equal to the amount of insurance. Q: Under this policy what happens if the person who is insured dies before age 60? A: The Prudential pays the insurance money to the beneficiary. Q: What happens if the insured lives to 60? A: Then the person insured receives the money. Q: In what way will The Prudential pay the life insurance money? The Prudential HOME OFFICE: NEWARK, N. J. A: A choice of one or more of the following four options may be made. First: Cash in one lump sum. Second: A monthly income of a definite amount for life. Third: Income of a definite amount for a definite period. Fourth: The money may be left with The Prudential at a guaranteed rate of interest; the interest is paid each year, and arrangements may be made for the with drawal of the principal as desired. Q: Does this policy participate in dividends? A: Yes. The first annual dividend usually is paid when the policy is two years old. These dividends may be taken in cash, used to reduce premiums, used to buy paid-up additional insurance, or left to accumulate at interest. The Prudential offers endowment policies maturing at practically any age. There is a Prudential policy to fit every life insurance need . . .and a Prudential premium-payment plan to fit every purse. For further information on how your particular life insurance problem can be solved, see your local Prudential representative, or write the Home Office. INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."