Skip directly to content

Life Insurance as an Asset

You work hard and likely have a plan in place to build and protect your financial future and that of your family. Life insurance should be an integral part of that plan.

Many are focused on building their assets and have traditionally viewed life Insurance as just a necessary expense to protect a family's future. Yet cash value life insurance has the potential to offer far more when you consider its potential advantages as an asset.

This video gives an overview of how cash value life insurance could be a valuable asset to you.

Important Information

Important Information


MetLife life insurance policies have limitations, exclusions, charges, termination provisions and terms for keeping them in force. There is no guarantee that any of the variable investment options in a variable life policy will meet their stated goals or objectives. The account value is subject to market fluctuations so that, when withdrawn,it may be worth more or less than its original value. Guarantees are subject to the claims-paying ability and financial strength of the issuing insurance company.

Life insurance products are issued by MetLife Insurance Company USA, in all jurisdictions except New York, where life insurance products are issued by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. All guarantees are subject to the claims-paying ability and financial strength of the issuing insurance company. Variable products are distributed by MetLife Investors Distribution Company. All are MetLife companies.

Life Insurance Products:
• Not A Deposit • Not FDIC-Insured • Not Insured By Any Federal Government Agency
• Not Guaranteed By Any Bank Or Credit Union • May Go Down In Value

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166

MetLife Insurance Company USA
11225 North Community House Road
Charlotte, NC 28277

A New Look on Life


Summarizes the benefits cash value life insurance can offer and describes how a cash value policy can accomplish many financial goals.

Tax Flyer

Explains the tax differences between many financial tools and the potential advantages of cash value life insurance.