I know that company paid life insurance isn’t taxed at $50,000 and below. BUT how much life insurance do companies offer their managers? Our company offers $50,000 to all, and $100,000 to sales and Director levels. We are wondering what is average for the manager level. Should they be at $100,000 too?
This is a good question, and I’m surprised there isn’t more data out there on average employer life insurance coverage.
I think the reason is because there’s so much variation from one employee to the next. An employee who is young and single will not likely be thinking about life insurance as much as an employee who is married with 3 children. Businesses may offer different amounts, depending on each employee’s preference. For example, there may be a small base coverage (say, 1x or 2x the value of their salary), then the option to increase coverage with automatic deductions from their paycheck.
So in other words, $50,000 – $100,000 sounds like an appropriate amount for base coverage… especially if there’s an option to increase this with employee contributions.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
315 Madison Avenue, 24th Floor
New York, NY 10017
Disclaimer: We spend hours researching and writing our articles and strive to provide accurate, up-to-date content. However, our research is meant to aid your own, and we are not acting as licensed professionals. We recommend that you consult with your own lawyer, accountant, or other licensed professional for relevant business decisions. Click here to see our full disclaimer.
Product or company names, logos, and trademarks referred to on this site belong to their respective owners.