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Overview

Find out how GUL can help you achieve your financial goals while protecting those who matter most to you.

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Determining your coverage needs

Choose the level of coverage that makes sense for you and your family.

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FAQs

Lots of people have questions about life insurance. See the answers to the most frequently asked questions here.

*Any discussion of taxes is for general informational purposes only and does not purport to be complete or cover every situation. MetLife, its agents and representatives may not give tax advice and this website should not be construed as such. Please seek advice based on your particular circumstances from a qualified tax advisor.

**To the maturity age specified in your certificate. In some program designs, if your employer replaces MetLife GUL with another group life insurance plan or otherwise terminates the MetLife group contract, your coverage may also be terminated, even after retirement or separation from employment.

***Employer provided premiums are taxable to the certificate holder.

1. Coverage is subject to review and approval by MetLife based upon its underwriting rules.

Like most insurance policies, MetLife GUL contains exclusions, limitations and terms for keeping it in force. MetLife can provide you with costs and complete details.

Group Universal Life (GUL) is issued by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, NY 10166. MetLife's standard Certificate Forms include: Certificate Forms G.9704(2009); G.9704A(2009). Coverage may also be provided on MetLife's previous standard Policy Forms 30024 (1/95); DE-3002407 (2/2008); FL-3002409 (5/2005); IN-3002413 (1/95); KS-3002415 (1/95); LA-3002417 (2/2008); MN-3002422 (1/95); MS-3002423 (5/2005); NY-3002431 (5/2005); OK-3002435 (1/95); OR-3002436 (2/2008); PA-3002437 (1/95); SD-3002440 (1/95); and in TX-3002472 (5/2005).