National Life Group is a diversified group of financial services companies. It emphasizes that it doesn’t make widgets or cars or computers. Instead, it makes promises. The company states its goal is to work to create a better future through innovative financial solutions that can be delivered on 10, 20 or 50 years down the road. The company’s first death claim was that of Rowland Allen, who died in 1850 while seeking fortune in the California Gold Rush. National Life Insurance Co. had been chartered just two years earlier, so the claim pushed the company to its limits. But the directors used their personal credit to ensure the claim was paid and the promise was kept. National Life has paid a dividend on its participating life insurance policies every year since 1855. Through the Civil War, the great flu epidemic of 1918, the Great Depression, two World Wars and most recently the Great Recession, National Life has paid. National Life is mutually organized and remains independent. The company does business across the country. In May 2016 National Life launched its Main Streets Across America campaign promoting small business practices and community. National Life Group is a diversified group of financial services companies that offer life insurance, annuities, mutual funds and estate, business succession and retirement planning strategies. The National Life Insurance Company was chartered on November 13, 1848, “upon the principle of mutual participation in the funds or profits” of the company. The company officially issued its first policy on February 1, 1850. Its name was intended to signal that its organizers were from many different states and believed company’s life insurance policies would be sold throughout the nation.
Highest paying job titles at National Life Group include Relationship Manager, Asset Manager, and IT Consulting Manager