The top-rated life insurance in the U.S. can now be purchased for under $2 the amount of the average family’s annual income.
The New York Times reported on Monday that a group of insurers in New York State have announced that they will start offering coverage from $10,000 or less to $2 million.
In addition, two insurance companies in Arizona announced plans to offer life insurance coverage at $2.2 million, which is about the amount that the average U.K. family makes.
In the U, the median family annual income is $57,000, and life insurance is available to some people who earn less than $30,000.
Life insurance can be bought by those with no coverage, those with low income, and those who do not have coverage for health problems.
Insurers will sell their policies through their websites or in person at their offices.
The Times reported that some of the policies were priced at a fraction of the current life insurance market, which can be expensive for people with limited incomes.
The insurance companies have been expanding the pool of people who can get coverage.
The insurers, which include Allstate, State Farm, Progressive and United, will also offer a variety of products, including catastrophic policies, catastrophic insurance and life-sustaining insurance, the Times reported.
The insurance companies say they plan to provide coverage to all customers in their insurance pool.
Some experts have argued that higher insurance premiums for low-income individuals and families would be a boon to the economy and reduce the need for new policies.
The insurers say that the policies are affordable, but there are limitations, including the fact that the premiums will vary by age and gender.