National Geographic : 1952 May
... t age 60,65or70! Yes, you can have $10,000 worth of Life insurance protection for your beneficiary until age 60, 65, or 70, at which time you will get back every cent that you paid in premiums. The advantages offered by this money-back Life insurance policy are so great that every man who wants to retire some day should investigate them. The policy is called Travelers Cash Settlement 60, 65, or 70, depending on the age at which you plan to retire. It is available at ages 10 to 40 in clusive. This is the way it works: A $10,000 Cash Settlement policy at age 35 will cost you $281.40* a year if you plan to retire at 65. So if you pay this premium for 30 years, the total cost will be $8,442.* At age 65, when you are ready to retire and after your family has had tlle benefit of $10,000 Life insurance protection for 30 years, you will automatically receive a cash payment of $8,450* in full settlement of the contract-$8.00 more than you will have paid. OR should you have a continued need for Life insur ance, you can elect to take a full paid-up policy in the amount of $10,000 plus $910 cash. There are optional settlements, too! Of course, you don't have to cash in your policy or take paid-up Life insurance when you reach age 65. Instead, you can elect to have the money paid to you in the form of a monthly income. When you consider all the advantages and the flexibility of The Travelers Cash Settlement con tract, you will be amazed at its low cost. A telephone call to your Travelers agent or broker will bring you full details of this policy. If you are not acquainted with the name and address of The Travelers agent or broker in your neighborhood, we will send it to you on request. *Rates and values slightly different in Canada MORAL: INSURE IN The Travelers ALL FORMS OF LIFE INSURANCE The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers In demnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Com pany, The Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company, Hart ford 15, Connecticut. Serving the insuring public in the United States since 1864 and in Canada since 1865.