Tory Crowley

Associate Editor & Licensed Life Insurance Expert

Tory Crowley, Associate Editor & Licensed Life Insurance Expert at Policygenius

Expertise

Term life insurance, no-medical-exam life insurance, life insurance riders

Education

University of Michigan (BA); Liberty University (MA)

About

Tory Crowley is an associate editor and a licensed insurance expert at Policygenius. Previously, she worked directly with clients at Policygenius, advising nearly 3,000 of them on life insurance options. She has also worked at the Daily News and various nonprofit organizations. 

Experience highlights

  • Tory has been a licensed life insurance agent since June 2021.

  • While working as a licensed advisor, she advised nearly 3,000 clients on how life insurance can best help meet their financial goals.

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Want to interview a Policygenius expert?

Journalist on a deadline? Our press team can connect you with our experts to discuss insurance, personal finance, and more. They’re also pretty friendly.

press@policygenius.com

Policygenius content follows strict guidelines for editorial accuracy and integrity. Learn about our editorial standards and how we make money.

Pro tip

Tory Crowley

The scariest part of any financial planning is the beginning. Once you take some time to look at the numbers, get help where you need it, and start moving toward your goals. Everything gets easier.

Selected stories from Tory

Can you buy life insurance for your parents?

You can buy life insurance for your parents if you depend on them financially and have their consent and participation in the application process.

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Critical illness rider: What it is, how it works, is it worth it?

A critical illness insurance rider is a policy add-on that pays out financial benefits while you’re alive to cover treatment for certain illnesses specified in your life insurance policy.

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A guide to buying life insurance for people with kidney disease

Having a diagnosis of kidney disease will not disqualify you from getting life insurance, but it could make the application process more complicated.

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