If you haven't already, it's time to designate a successor owner to your AAFMAA insurance policy, if it covers your spouse or child. By naming a successor owner, AAFMAA is able to automatically transfer ownership of a policy over to that person upon your death. But if you do not take this simple step now, your policy will become part of the property of your estate, which can lead to time-consuming and costly administrative steps for your spouse or other loved ones.
As one of our policy owners, you can look forward to receiving your 2017 Annual Policy Statements soon. An important part of a Life Lived Well is your preparation for the future. Empower yourself and your loved ones by taking a few minutes to review your 2017 AAFMAA statements, specifically for accuracy in the following areas:
It just became a whole lot easier to update your Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (SGLI). SGLI is a program that provides life insurance coverage to eligible servicemembers. The Department of Defense has implemented the new SGLI Online Enrollment System (SOES) to replace the previous paper-based enrollment system.