Being able to claim on your over 50s life cover policy whilst still alive isn’t the norm.
Smokers do not insure their lives for as much as non-smokers do, causing potential financial problems for their families, according to new research from Confused.com.
With National No Smoking Day (12 March 2014) around the corner, research from MoneySuperMarket has revealed that those who kick the habit will not only reap the health benefits from quitting but their wallets will look a lot healthier as well.
Stoptober 2013 is in full swing and research from MoneySuperMarket.com reveals smokers who get involved and kick the habit will benefit from healthier bodies and bank balances.
Protection specialist LV= has enhanced its whole of life policy, LifeTime+.
Women are less inclined than men to take out life cover, according to insurance and pensions provider, Friends Life.
Women across Britain are undervaluing the amount they are worth and failing to safeguard their families' financial futures by placing a much lower monetary value on their lives compared to men, according to figures from Scottish Provident.
With National No Smoking Day (13 March 2013) around the corner, research from MoneySupermarket reveals those who kick the habit will not only reap the health benefits but their wallets would get a much needed boost as well.
The Post Office is offering customers £30* towards their winter fuel bills when they take out Over 50s Life Cover.
Ageas has further enhanced its critical illness cover (CIC), offering customers additional peace of mind for their protection needs.
Ageas Protect has extended its existing partnership with Best Doctors to give new life insurance customers access to expert medical opinions as soon as their policy goes on-risk.
Zurich has reported record levels of customers applying for life assurance ahead of the Gender Directive taking effect on 21 December 2012.
Insurance companies write more life cover policies in January than any other month of the year thanks to customer’s New Year resolution to put their houses in order.
Over a third of British families (37%) have never discussed with their partner or another family member what will happen to their dependent children if either of them dies, according to research commissioned by Tesco Bank Life Insurance.
Are you a woman? Then your time is running out! Confused.com urges women to take out life insurance cover now, before costs go up on the 21st December.
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