A review of United Health Insurance Company of America finds that there is no insurance company operating by this name. Instead, we’ll take a look at OneAmerica, a company that provides life insurance and retirement plans to individuals personally, and though their employers.
OneAmerica is a group of insurance companies operating under the corporate name OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc. All of the companies are part of a holding company, American United Mutual Insurance Holding Company. OneAmerica, which is based in Indiana, had total assets of more than $24 billion at the end of 2010. Its headquarters in Indianapolis is known as OneAmerica Tower — a 38-story building that’s been a big part of the city skyline since 1982.
OneAmerica Contact Information
To send general correspondence or inquiries to OneAmerica, you can use this address:
OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc.
One American Square
P.O. Box 368
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-0368
For questions on retirement plans, write to:
P.O. Box 6010
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6010
For questions about life insurance, write to:
P.O. Box 6002
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6010
For inquiries about group life and disability plans, write to:
P.O. Box 6123
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6123
Or, if you prefer, feel free to call them at these toll-free phone numbers:
Retirement Plans: 1-800-249-6269
Life Insurance and Annuities Plans: 1-800-537-6442
Group Life and Disability Plans: 1-800-553-5318
OneAmerica Insurance Products
OneAmerica’s insurance products are offered through two companies–American United Life Insurance Company and The State Life Insurance Company. OneAmerica offers a large assortment of life insurance policies, including:
- Whole life
- Limited-pay whole life
- Universal life
- Level term life
- Flexible premium variable universal life
It also sells an asset-based solution for long-term care, as well as various types of annuities.
Depending on the policyholder’s age, OneAmerica’s American Protector Plus series of term life policies are available in 10-, 15-, 20-, and 30-year plans. All are guaranteed renewable, up to age 95. Child benefits and waivers are available on these plans.
The three different whole life insurance policies–Legacy, Legacy 121, and Liberty Select–all address different needs. If you’re looking for guaranteed premiums, dividend options, flexibility, coverage until age 121, and an option for charitable giving, then one or more of these policies will work for you.
OneAmerica has two different universal life insurance plans to choose from, Optimum Accumulator and American Accumulator. Both offer flexible options so that you can personalize your policy. Universal life insurance policies bank your premium payments, acting as a type of savings account from which you can withdraw funds during the life of the plan. To find out more about universal life coverage from OneAmerica, or any of its other life insurance plans, you should call and speak to a representative directly.
OneAmerica is proud of the fact that it grooms its employees for careers with the company, and not just employment. Employees stay, on average, for eight years at the company. If you live in Indianapolis and are looking for a job, you can click on the “Careers” tab on the company website and look through current openings. At the time of this writing, there were 23 jobs available in:
- Product development
- Systems analysis
- Information technology
- Customer sales
OneAmerica also offers paid internships with the company, and stresses that these internships often lead to jobs within the company. OneAmerica offers an extensive and flexible benefits package, which includes:
- 401(k) with company match
- Retirement plan
- Health insurance
- Wellness screenings
- Pre-tax healthcare savings account
- Performance bonuses
- Paid personal time off
- Life insurance
- Short and long-term disability coverage
- Career development program
- OneAmerica Ratings
Through its life insurance subsidiary, American United Life Insurance Company, OneAmerica has received a financial strength rating of “A+” or “Superior” from A.M. Best Company. American United Life Insurance has also received an issuer credit rating of “aa-,” which is also “superior,” as part of a recent upgrade of its rating from A.M. Best.
OneAmerica has also received a rating of “AA-” from Standard and Poor’s, which means its financial strength is “very strong.” Both A.M. Best and Standard and Poor’s have given a stable outlook for OneAmerican and its subsidiaries.
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