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Life insurance (also known as life assurance or term assurance) is a great way to help protect your family from the financial worries they could face if you were no longer with them, such as household bills, child-care costs, university fees and covering mortgage payments.
In these tough economic times it's understand that people are cutting back on things...but life insurance doesn't have to be one of them. Our premiums start from just £6 a month, of course your own premium will depend on your needs and circumstances. There are also certain things you can do to get cheaper life insurance insurance premiums.
Death in Service and Life insurance have some fundamental differences. Death in service is usually offered as part of your employment benefits package, but can be very limiting. Life insurance, offered by providers like us can be tailored to meet your individual needs.
If you are a couple and looking for life insurance it can be hard to decide on two single policies or one joint policy? We'll explain the differences and you can use our handy calculator to compare the difference in price.
When you buy our life insurance you can choose to pay your premiums monthly or annually. Paying monthly will give you a discount! We've given some examples to show how much you could save by paying annually.
These days, it isn't unusual for the woman of the house to bring in the majority of the family's income. So it may surprise you to know that many women don't have life insurance in place to help protect their loved ones should they die. Our article explains the importance of life insurance and gives an example of how much it could cost.
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