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  • Published: March 29, 2022
  • Updated: July 6, 2023
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About Corebridge Financial Life Insurance

Corebridge Financial, formerly known as AIG, entered the insurance market in 1919 and has become a leading global life insurance organization. The company has $984 billion life insurance coverage in force as of Dec. 31, 2022.

AIG rebranded to Corebridge Financial in early 2022 to announce their Life & Retirement business to be a standalone company.

Within the first quarter of 2023, the rebrand yielded positive results. Corebridge Financials’ investor report found that premiums and deposits grew 45% compared to the prior year’s quarter.

Corebridge Financial’s life insurance products include term life, universal and final expense insurance policies. Each policy has different benefits, with term life being one of the more affordable options. Life insurance riders are available to add onto most policies for additional coverage.

Did You Know?
Corebridge Financial was selected as one of the Best Life Insurance Companis of 2023 by our independent editorial team.

Types of Corebridge Financial Life Insurance Products

Corebridge Financial offers three main types of life insurance products — term, indexed universal and final expense.

They do not sell traditional whole life or universal life insurance products, which is rare compared to other issuers.

Every Corebridge Financial policy varies, so it’s best to consider factors like rates and how long you want your insurance policy to last.

You can always use a life expectancy calculator if you’re not sure how long you want your Corebridge Financial life insurance to last.

How Do I Contact Corebridge Financial?
Call 1-800-448-2542 to speak to one of Corebridge Financials' representatives.

Permanent Life Insurance

Corebridge Financial offers two indexed universal life insurance policies. These policies offer lifelong coverage, a cash value component and potential for cash growth by linking performance to a market index.

Features of Corebridge Financial Index Universal Policies:
  • Lifelong coverage
  • Cash value component
  • Flexible premiums and death benefit
  • Multiple riders available at an additional cost
  • Opportunity for no medical exam approval
  • Multiple index interest strategy choices

Term Life Insurance

Term life insurance policies offer temporary coverage with a fixed death benefit and premiums. While most insurers offer term lengths of 10, 20 and 30 years, Corebridge offers unique flexibility.

Corebridge Financial offers 18 term periods, from 10 to 35 years. For example, you could have a 17, 22 or 29 term length, which most other issuers don’t offer.

There are also options to skip a medical exam and convert your policy to an indexed universal permanent policy.

Features of Corebridge Financial Term Policies:
  • 18 term periods, between 10- and 35-year term lengths
  • Fixed premiums and death benefit
  • Options for simplified underwriting without a medical exam
  • Can convert your term policy into a permanent policy

Final Expense Life Insurance

Corebridge Financial’s final expense insurance, also known as burial insurance, is a type of whole life policy. This policy is intended to cover end-of-life expenses or small amounts of outstanding debt.

There are age restrictions and generally low death benefits for a costly premium. For example, a 50-year-old man can get a final expense policy through Corebridge with $20,000 in coverage for $63.65 a month.

However, the same man could also get a 10-year term policy with $250,000 in coverage for only $24.56 a month. You get over 12 times the coverage amount for almost one-third of the price. Carefully consider each life insurance type before making a commitment.

Features of Corebridge Financial Final Expense Policies:
  • Approved coverage within minutes through a quick online application
  • No medical exam
  • Offers coverage between $5,000 to $35,000
  • Optional riders available
  • Age restrictions for those 50 to 80 years old
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Average Cost of Corebridge Financial Life Insurance

Your costs for Corebridge Financial life insurance depend on your age, policy details, alcohol and drug use, driving record, location, dangerous hobbies, overall health and sex. Smoking is one of the biggest factors, capable of doubling, or even tripling your premium rates.

Did You Know?
While AIG has rebranded to Corebridge Financial, as of June 2023, the website still redirects you to AIG’s website when you request a term quote.

The younger you are, the cheaper your premiums will be. Preferred plus rates are available if you’re in optimum health in your age range, offering you the lowest price.

Corebridge Financial Monthly Quotes for Term Polices with $250,000 of Coverage
10-Year Term15-Year Term20-Year Term
Male, 40$13.92$14.96$18.18
Female, 40$11.57$13.42$15.77
Male, 50$24.56$35.27$40.81
Female 50$21.12$26.58$31.85
Source: AIG Direct

*These quotes were pulled for healthy individuals with preferred plus rates

Disclaimer: While RetireGuide always strives for gender inclusivity in our work, much of the financial industry’s existing data is classified by traditional gender binaries. While we make every effort to use inclusive language in our reporting, our resources may at times be limited to the available population data.

If you’re nonbinary, refer to your sex assigned at birth when estimating life insurance costs. If you’re transgender, reach out to the life insurance company to confirm their process. Some issuers honor your actual gender when estimating costs, while others may ask for your sex assigned at birth.

Expect permanent life insurance policies from Corebridge Financial to have a higher price tag. No matter who your issuer is, permanent policies are usually more expensive due to their lifelong coverage and additional benefits.

Many young individuals sign up for Corebridge Financial’s term life insurance policies since they don’t increase premiums over time, resulting in a stream of low, steady premiums for years to come.

Pros and Cons of Corebridge Financial Life Insurance

It’s best to consider all pros and cons before choosing a life insurance company. Affordability is a noteworthy pro when considering Corebridge Financial.

When comparing term quotes from four other highly rated life insurance companies — State Farm, Mutual of Omaha, Prudential and Nationwide — Corebridge financial had the most affordable quote.

However, the company still has their services split between their new website and the original AIG website. Corebridge’s term quote tool, which requires you to connect with a representative, is only available through AIG’s website.

  • Most affordable quote compared to five other highly rated issuers
  • Coverage available without a medical exam
  • Flexible term lengths
  • Was involved in an accounting scandal in 2005
  • Doesn't offer traditional universal life or whole life policies
  • No quote tool available online
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Average Rating of Corebridge Financial

AM Best rated Corebridge Financial’s Financial Strength Rating as A for excellent for its strong operating performance and business profile. Corebridge Financial was also rated A+ by Fitch Ratings as a reliable financial commitment in 2023.

Corebridge Financial is still currently recognized as AIG through the Better Business Bureau, with a 1.01/5 Customer Review Rating. Most complaints are regarding slow response time and communication issues while trying to claim their benefits.

Last Modified: July 6, 2023

10 Cited Research Articles

  1. Corebridge Financial. (2023, May 9). Corebridge Financial Announces First Quarter 2023 Results. Retrieved from https://investors.corebridgefinancial.com/news/news-details/2023/Corebridge-Financial-Announces-First-Quarter-2023-Results/default.aspx
  2. Fitch Ratings. (2023, February 27). Corebridge Financial, Inc. Retrieved from https://www.fitchratings.com/entity/safg-retirement-services-inc-97354533
  3. Better Business Bureau. (2023). American International Group, Inc. Retrieved from https://www.bbb.org/us/ny/new-york/profile/insurance-companies/american-international-group-inc-aig-0121-1515/customer-reviews
  4. Corebridge Financial. (2023). Permanent Life Insurance. Retrieved from https://www.corebridgefinancial.com/what-we-offer/life-insurance/permanent-life-insurance#accordion-041e0607d8-item-cc4f5b5d67
  5. Business Wire. (2022, March 28). AIG Announces Plan to Rebrand its Life & Retirement Business as Corebridge Financial. Retrieved from https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220328005592/en/AIG-Announces-Plan-to-Rebrand-its-Life-Retirement-Business-as-Corebridge-Financial
  6. Corebridge Financial. (2022, September 10). Are You Paying for More Protection Than You Need? Retrieved from https://www.corebridgefinancial.com/insights-education/get-term-life-on-your-terms
  7. Corebridge Financial. (2022). Moving Financial Futures Forward. Retrieved from https://view.ceros.com/aig/movingfinancialfuturesforward/p/2
  8. Corebridge Financial. (2022). Simplified Issue Whole Life Insurance. Retrieved from https://live.cloud.api.aig.com/life/connext-fdm/download/100AicF6FGkgO9MMYvefTIwGZAJjqbnrxpc8JJZPoQe2um740oBrKocGojdj0Vd8P7UPE8g_Q9Q0eAKsrARqUbyhsw
  9. AM Best. (2022). AIG Specialty Insurance Company. Retrieved from https://ratings.ambest.com/DisclosurePDF.aspx?AMBNum=3535
  10. AIG Direct. (n.d.). Term Life Insurance. Retrieved from https://www.aigdirect.com/life-insurance-products/term-life-insurance