Veterans Affairs Life Insurance (VALife) – Life Insurance – Veterans Affairs (.gov)

Veterans Affairs Life Insurance (VALife) provides guaranteed acceptance whole life coverage of up to $40,000 to Veterans with service-connected disabilities.  Lesser amounts are available in increments of $10,000. Under this plan, the elected coverage takes effect two years after enrollment as long as premiums are paid during the two-year period.
The VALife program includes key dates and features that are important to know. They include changes that impact the Service Disabled Veterans Insurance (S-DVI) program. Click here to VIEW IMPORTANT MILESTONES.
All Veterans age 80 and under, who have a VA disability rating of 0 to 100 percent are eligible for the VALife program and have no time limit to apply. Veterans who are 81 or older and have applied for VA Disability Compensation before age 81 but did not receive the rating for a new service-connected condition until after turning 81 are also eligible if they apply within two years of their rating.
The VALife program offers whole life guaranteed acceptance coverage. Under this type of coverage, the face amount of coverage takes effect two years after the date of enrollment as long as premiums are paid during the two-year period. This two-year waiting period replaces the need for medical underwriting. If the insured dies within this two year period, the beneficiary will receive all premiums paid plus interest.
The premium rate (the amount you will pay each month or annually for your coverage) depends on your age and the amount of coverage you elect. The premiums for VALife are fixed and based on your age when you enroll.  Click here to FIND OUT MORE ON PREMIUM COSTS.
There are no premium waivers for the VALife program.
VALife will take effect January 1, 2023. The application will become available on our website at that time. In the meantime, you can SIGN UP FOR FUTURE EMAIL UPDATES ABOUT VALIFE to stay informed.

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Last updated May 13, 2022

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