Life Assurance

Life Assurance

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The Benefits of Life Assurance

Protection products can help provide financial peace of mind when it is needed most. They are designed to provide you with a cash sum or monthly benefit. They are payable, for example if you die or are diagnosed with a terminal or specified critical illness during the policy term and are eligible to claim. Depending on the products chosen, they could help you to:

  • Maintain your standard of living
  • Pay your monthly bills and meet your daily living costs
  • Pay off your debts
  • Afford to stay in your family home rather than have to downsize

Why do I need Life Assurance?

Most people tend to have protection cover in place to protect a mortgage or a loan.

But the mortgage is not usually the only payment we need to make each month. What about covering everyday bills and expenses? Utility bills, food shopping, travel costs, childcare the list could go on.

It is not a pleasant thought, but

  • How would one partner cope financially with the death or critical illness of the other?
  • Could you cope maintaining your current lifestyle?
  • Could you continue to raise your family?

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Bright GreyFriends LifeHalifaxIntrinsicNationwideNatwestPreciseRBSSantanderWoolwich

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Income Protection

Income Protection is designed to pay you a regular tax free monthly income if you are unable to work due to illness, injury or unemployment

Life Assurance

Help protect your home, your standard of living and provide a nest egg for your family in the future with our range of Life Assurance products.

The guidance and/or advice contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime, and is therefore targeted at consumers based in the UK. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.