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Life Insurance Articles

Discover how life cover works, what options are available and how to save money.

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How Much Life Insurance Should You Have?
Choosing the right amount of life insurance is a common concern for most poeple applying for life cover. However, a few simple questions can help to clarify what risk you are trying to protect and how much cover might be needed.

Article Added: 10/8/2005 - Rating: 3.25 3.25 (12 votes) - Comments: 0

What is Family Income Benefit Life Insurance?
Family Income Benefit is a less well known form of term life insurance that can provide a cheaper and more manageable way of protecting your family finances.

Article Added: 29/6/2005 - Rating: 3.67 3.67 (9 votes) - Comments: 1

Choosing a Life Insurance Company
UK life insurance companies offer thousands of life insurance products in the UK. Choosing the right company and right product from this bewildering array is a challenging task.

Article Added: 23/4/2005 - Rating: 4.33 4.33 (3 votes) - Comments: 0

How Does Life Insurance Work?
Life insurance actuaries look an individuals age, sex, health and habits and decide when someone with that profile is most likely to die. They then consider how much cover the buyer wants to purchase and set the premiums accordingly.

Article Added: 4/4/2005 - Rating: 2.78 2.78 (27 votes) - Comments: 1

Tips for Buying Life Insurance
Don't head straight for the nearest high street bank or direct provider just because they are familiar. Many banks and high street providers only supply products from one insurer so won't offer potentially cheaper and better cover from other pro

Article Added: 4/4/2005 - Rating: 0.00 (0 votes) - Comments: 0

Sun Life Direct Guaranteed Over 50 Plan
Sun Life Direct Over 50 Plan
The Guaranteed Over 50 Plan provided by AXA Wealth Ltd trading as Sun Life Direct offers you life cover for the rest of your life from just £6 per month – that’s just 20p a day.

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