A set of whole life insurance cash value charts is available at Insure.com. Charts show the growth of the policy if the insured pays premiums out of the policy compared to paying them out of his own pocket. Whole life insurance cash value charts are also available at PeterKatt.com.
Another chart at Insure.com compares the growth of the cash value of a whole life policy to the growth of investment income if the same amount is invested elsewhere over the same period. A further chart provides an example of a whole life insurance policy's annual rate of return over 20 years. Whole life insurance is a form of permanent life insurance that provides a payout upon the insured's death and allows for tax-deferred savings during the term of the insurance, according to Insure.com