* VULi is a contractual agreement in which premiums are paid to an insurance company, and the
company in return for those premiums provides a benefit to a named beneficiary upon proof of the
insured’s death and a policy cash value. Amounts in the policy’s cash value are invested in a variety
of variable investment options. Amounts in a variable life insurance policy’s variable investment options
are subject to fluctuations in value and market risk, including loss of principal. Life insurance
policies have exclusions, limitations, and terms for keeping the policies in force. Fees and charges
associated with variable universal life insurance include mortality and expense risk charges, cost
of insurance charges, surrender charges, administrative fees, investment management fees, and
charges for optional benefits.
Variable life insurance is offered by prospectus. For a prospectus with more complete information
including investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses, please contact your financial professional
and read the prospectus carefully before investing or sending money.