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Redundancy insurance ...

Posted on: Feb 19, 2011 By: Steve | 0 Comments
What is redundancy insurance? Also known as redundancy cover or unemployment insurance, redundancy insurance provides income for a short period of time should you be made redundant at work. What types of redundancy insurance are available? There are two main types of redundancy insurance available. Mortgage or other loan redundancy insurance. You may insure up to a maximum of around 90% of your salary, depending on your carrier.  The percentage is capped at a pound figure for most policies.  The benefit payment begins after between 30 and ... Read More

No exam life insurance ...

Posted on: Feb 19, 2011 By: Steve | 0 Comments
When should you consider no exam life insurance? No exam life insurance is a helpful option for people in one or more of the following circumstances: People who need life insurance right away, for various personal reasons. People who have an existing medical condition, and have trouble finding affordable traditional term or whole life insurance policies. The elderly, who may have similar difficulty finding other coverage. Those who wish to avoid laboratory tests and medical examinations. Those who lack the patience or time to fill out an ... Read More

Life insurance over 50 ...

Posted on: Feb 19, 2011 By: Steve | 0 Comments
Considerations for life insurance over 50 The half-century mark is a significant milestone in a number of life arenas, and the life insurance considerations are equally monumental. Unfortunately, turning the big five-oh has some deleterious consequences on your life insurance premium amount, if you’re not in an existing guaranteed premium arrangement. If you’re on the market for life insurance over 50, there are three main options you might explore to meet your life insurance needs. Traditional life insurance over 50 Just like ... Read More

Over 50 life insurance ...

Posted on: Feb 19, 2011 By: Steve | 0 Comments
What is over 50 life insurance? As the name implies, over 50 life insurance refers to whole or term life insurance policies for policyholders over 50 years of age.  This age group is put in a category of its own, because it signifies the “knee in the curve” of policy premium expenses for new life insurance policies taken out.  In other words, if you’re starting a life insurance policy and you’re over 50, you can expect to pay higher premium amounts than your 49 year-old counterparts. Over 50 life insurance policy ... Read More