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COULD I LIVE WITHOUT LIFE INSURANCE

Could I live without life insurance

Planning for what you’ll leave behind once you’re gone is no easy task.

But if you have loved ones that rely on your income, finding the right life

insurance policy can make facing the unknown a little less daunting.

Peace of mind

Knowing your loved ones will not face financial hardship in your absence brings

comfort to millions of people. Life insurance exists to support those you leave

behind by paying them tax-free money when you die.

By ensuring your lost financial contributions will not have a detrimental impact

on your loved ones’ quality of life, you are protecting your family’s future – and

your own peace of mind.

Protection when it’s needed

Take your mortgage as an example. For many households, mortgage

repayments are the biggest regular expense; the idea of leaving your

dependants saddled with such a large debt is not a nice thought. Life insurance

is designed to free your family from this burden.

A policy for you

Choosing a life insurance policy doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg. Policies

start from a few pounds a month – we’ll help you find the right cover for your

unique needs.

As with all insurance policies, conditions and exclusions will apply.

As a mortgage is secured against your home or property, it could be

repossessed if you do not keep up mortgage repayments.

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