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Beyond just covering funeral expenses, certain Bankers Life policies offer living benefits, which can be used to help replace lost income or other needs.
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About Bankers Life in Omaha, NE
Our Bankers Life branch has services the Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney, and Columbus areas since 1979. Our branch’s 20 dedicated insurance agents and 3 Financial Representatives have years of experience in the life and health insurance industry. We believe in establishing a collaborative partnership with our customers by providing them life and health insurance, annuities and retirement solutions when they need it most. The Omaha branch is also a proud sponsor of our local Alzheimer's Association through the Bankers Life “Forget Me Not Days” fundraising campaign.
With a history dating back to 1879, Bankers Life provides a broad selection of life insurance and health insurance products designed especially for Americans who are near or in retirement. With more than 260 offices across the country, our more than 4,200 insurance agents/producers live and work in the communities they serve. Our agents/producers at the local Bankers Life in Omaha, NE office take the time to get to know you as their customers, listen to your needs and values, and are dedicated to helping you meet your goals for a secure retirement. Get to know Bankers Life - and learn why our more than 1.5 million customers trust us to help protect their financial future, ensuring a healthier and rewarding retirement. The Bankers Life brand is a part of CNO Financial Group, Inc., whose companies provide insurance solutions that help protect the health and retirement needs of working Americans and retirees.