Life insurance may not be a topic many of us want to think about, but it offers valuable financial support to your family or other dependants should you no longer be around to provide for them.
The pandemic has shown, no one knows what’s around the corner and having life insurance in place can help to safeguard your family’s future.
Getting your policy in place.
If you have yet to take out a life insurance policy, make 2021 the year to do so. Policies can be bought for as little as £5 a month, a small price to pay for the immeasurable peace of mind derived.
The cost of your policy will depend on factors such as your age, health and lifestyle. Usually, the younger you are when you take out a policy, the less you’ll pay for cover.
Review your cover
Even if you already have life insurance, it’s important to regularly review your cover levels, particularly after major life events such as getting married, having a baby or moving home.
In all of these circumstances, it’s likely you’ll need to increase the amount of cover to ensure your family is adequately protected.
We’re here to help you find the most affordable cover and help reassure you that your family would be looked after financially if you were no longer around.
As with all insurance policies, conditions and exclusions will apply
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