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Voya Life Insurance Review

Dec. 21, 2020
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Voya Financial changed its business strategy in 2018 and now sells life insurance only through workplace plans, not directly to individuals.

Formerly known as ING U.S. Inc., the company became Voya Financial in 2014. It offers an array of financial products and services, including universal life insurance, a type of permanent policy.

Take care of what matters most

Your family is unique — your life insurance should be, too.

Voya sells a range of financial products, including:

  • Brokerage accounts.
  • College savings plans.
  • Employee benefits.
  • Individual retirement accounts.
  • Workplace retirement accounts.

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