American Savings Life: Security, Stability & Strength
American Savings Life (ASL) was founded in 1954 (60 years ago) in Phoenix, Arizona. The company has been consistently profitable every year for over 30 years.
American Savings Life's commitment to conservative, profitable investments provides its policyholders exceptional security.
Compare ASL's "Solvency Ratio" (assets-vs-liabilities) with some of the biggest insurance companies and you will see that our financial security dollar-for-dollar is unmatched
With a Solvency Ratio of $141+, American Savings Life has over seven times more Assets per dollar of Liabilities than the average large life insurance company. This equals greater financial strength securing your annuity.
American Savings Life is able to profitably pay higher rates than the competition in large part due to our low overhead business model. ASL was founded on principles of frugality and conservatism which continue to be our guiding principles today.
Comparison of Life Insurance Company Solvency Ratios*
Information as of 12/31/2013
|American Savings Life Ins. Co.
|Aetna Life Ins. & Annuity Co.
|New York Life Insurance Co.
|Northwestern Mutual Life Ins.
|Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
|Prudential Ins. Co. of America
|John Hancock Life Ins. Co.
* A is the amount of assets a company has for every $100 of Liabilities (obligations). This ratio is an indication of the company's ability to withstand asset devaluation and still meet obligations when they come due.
Information sourced from an Independent Comparative Report from Standard Analytical Service, Inc.
What does this mean?
This means that American Savings Life Ins. Co. has 1.41 times more assets than liabilities. This is over seven times greater security than the average large life insurance company!