None of us like to think about leaving our loved ones behind. But knowing they’ll be looked after can provide some peace of mind.
Whether it’s paying for the funeral, covering the cost of living, or leaving them with a little nest egg for the future, having a life insurance policy in place can make things a little easier for your loved ones. Let us help you to help them.
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A life insurance policy pays out an agreed amount of money to your loved ones if you die before your policy runs out.
You can set the length of your policy in one of two ways:
- For a set amount of time – this is called “term life” cover.
- For the remainder of your life – this is called “whole life” cover.
You can also choose to have your policy pay out in one of two ways:
- As a one-off, lump sum cash pay-out.
- As a regular payment for a set amount of time – this is called a “family income benefit.”
In truth, it depends on your circumstances. If you’re single and don’t own a property or have any financial dependents then probably not.
However, if the people you leave behind would struggle without your income or salary, then life insurance is definitely something you should consider.
That will depend on your own individual circumstances and what it is that you want to achieve. Some people want to cover funeral costs, others want to make sure that the mortgage is paid off, others want to cover things like university fees for their children. Our expert advisers will discuss what is important to you and help you make the right choice to protect the ones you love.
The cost your life insurance premium will depend on the cover you choose. Each quote will be tailored to you and your lifestyle. For example, age and health are big factors, premiums tend to be more if you’re older or have health issues.
We'll search the whole market comparing several trusted insurance providers to ensure we find you the best deal.
Every policy we create is tailored to the individual. No stone is left unturned to ensure we find you the cheapest quote.
Representative example: This is based on £120,000 worth of level term cover for a 28 year old, non-smoker with no pre-existing medical conditions over a 30 year period.