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Top Questions About Bestow Answered

Life insurance is confusing. We get it. With so many options out there, it’s hard to figure out where to even start. Chances are, if you’re reading this you have questions, too. Fortunately, you don’t have to do this alone. Every day I answer phone calls, chat messages, and emails from customers who want to

Moving on Up: Now Offering $1 Million in Coverage

It’s been nonstop here at Bestow. Less than four months ago we announced our $15 million Series A funding, and we went from zero to 37 states shortly after. We’ve also launched our partnerships program and API to complement pretty much every product or service. We have even more exciting features coming your way (they’re

How Does Bestow Work?

You may be wondering why is it that Bestow doesn’t require medical exams when traditional life insurance companies do. The short answer: big data and technology. But, we also understand that you want to know more about us (#flattered). So, without further ado, here’s our long answer. How Does Bestow Work? Applying for life insurance

2-Year Term Life Insurance: The Flexible, Affordable Alternative

A lot can be happen in two years. You can graduate with a master’s degree, fall in love, get married, have a kid or two. Or, maybe you’re more free-spirited and have chosen to work remotely as you travel the world, working at an Internet cafe in Tokyo one week, then eating a croissant on

Why Wasn’t I Approved?

Assessing risk isn’t easy and sometimes we have to make the hard choice. The truth is, we really do want to offer coverage to as many people as possible. If you’re here, you probably received a message from us that reads something like this: “Unfortunately, we’re unable to continue with your application at this time. We’re

How Much Life Insurance? Try an Affordability-First Approach

If you’re wondering how much life insurance you need, you’ll find a lot of opinions as to what the “right” number is. Some say 5-10x your annual income. Sounds simple, but is it right? Others ask you to fill out a complex calculator to estimate current and future assets and liabilities. Here’s a hint —