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June 20, 2010 19:48 ET

No Medical Exam Life Insurance Page Added to FedPrimeRate.com Website

PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwire - June 20, 2010) -  The United States Prime Rate website at www.FedPrimeRate.com now features an in depth, engaging and exceptionally robust webpage dedicated to no medical exam life insurance.

"The addition of a life insurance information page is a natural step forward for us as we pursue our goal of being the most useful and unique finance site on the Internet," said content manager Steve Brown. "Our new life insurance page is very unique. It's not just a bunch of dry content about life insurance. We've included highly instructive, real-world stories related to life insurance, stories that anyone can relate to. There's also a rich and carefully crafted life insurance frequently asked questions section which will be expanded indefinitely."

FedPrimeRate.com is already the Internet authority on the United States Prime Rate, LIBOR and other key market rates like the benchmark fed funds target rate. Establish in 2005, FedPrimeRate.com has expanded considerably over the last five years to include blogs about car insurance, consumer and business credit cards, and interest rates. The site also has in-depth information about controversial loan products like online payday loans. Other popular features on the site include an impressive number of detailed and regularly updated charts, a U.S. Prime Rate frequently asked questions page and an entire section dedicated to housing and foreclosures.

Consumers with dependents know how important it is to have life insurance. However, many aren't comfortable with the idea of dealing with pushy insurance salesmen or having a paramedical visit their home to draw blood. No medical exam term life insurance is very popular due to the simplicity of the application process, and, of course, because the premiums are very affordable when compared to other life products like whole, variable, universal, permanent and hybrid plans.

"We like and respect other finance-related websites like BankRate. Our mission, however, is to provide web surfers with the most unique and useful finance-related info that they simply won't be able to find anywhere else. We're very proud of what we've accomplished over the last five years, and we have no plans on slowing down," added Brown.

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