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Customize your life insurance and save money

Life Insurance policies have for too long seemed very rigid, leaving customers taking out a one size fits all policy, which doesn’t necessarily suit them. In a modern world where no family is the same as another, and we are … Continue reading

Life insurance customers should review old mortgage policies

Life insurance is one of the most important insurance policies you will ever take out, and is still traditionally taken out by customers when they buy their first home, and is often reviewed each time they move home. One of … Continue reading

Customers need to review life cover before changes

Generally speaking, the younger you are when you take out life insurance, the cheaper the life insurance will be, but you shouldn’t always take that thought process to heart when you think about reviewing your life insurance. Circumstance in life … Continue reading

Parents expect to pay for children for 38 years

When you have children for the first time, you may envisage sending them off to university at the age of 18, hoping to finally get your financial independence back. It seems that 18 is just a pipe dream, and that … Continue reading

Life Insurance firms post steady results despite economic crisis

A survey of life insurance companies’ performance over the last year has shown that life insurance companies are still performing well, despite the current economic crisis which could see the UK enter the third dip of their ongoing recession. The … Continue reading

Major changes to Aviva critical illness cover

Aviva have made some changes to their critical illness insurance which will benefit customers who take out the policies. The new changes will see the maximum cover for a policyholders children increase, and there are new conditions added to the … Continue reading

Whole of life policy shock for pensioners

Pensioners all over the country are facing shock increases in the cost of their life insurance premiums over the next few weeks, as over 270,000 letters are sent out to customers who bought whole life insurance policies over ten years … Continue reading

1850’s British Life Insurance provider put up for sale in historic deal

One of the most recognisable names in British life insurance could be no more as it’s put up for sale, with the risk that it could be swallowed up by one of the giants of life insurance, and made to … Continue reading

Equitable Life policyholders still waiting on payouts

Policyholders who held insurance policies with troubled Equitable Life are still waiting for payouts from the government, over 12 years after the insurance firm first started to show signs of failing. It’s estimated that around 500,000 people are still waiting … Continue reading

Life Insurance as vital as daily spending – Jonathan Davis

The founder and managing director of Jonathan Davis Wealth Management has echoed the sentiments of the team here at Life Insurance Quotes this week be revealing his thoughts on the public attitude to life insurance companies. Life Insurance Quotes are … Continue reading

New Life Insurance video shows customers what happens when a parent dies with life cover

A new video which has been released by leading life insurance provider, Aviva shows customers just how important it is to have life insurance cover when you are a parent. The video, which will be available online from July 12th, … Continue reading

What to do if you divorce and separate and have a joint life insurance policy

One of the most common questions we are asked here at Life Insurance Quotes is what would happen to a joint life insurance policy if the customers in question were to separate or divorce. Like all our common questions, we … Continue reading

Could new missing person law open up life insurance fraud?

A new ruling by the Ministry of Justice could make a huge difference to the difficulties some families have in tying up financial loose ends in the event of the death of a relative, but there are also fear the … Continue reading

Brits would rather insure home than life

A new survey has revealed that British people would rather make sure that their home is insured than their lives, begging the question, how educated are people on the benefits of life insurance. Whilst home insurance is vitally important, a … Continue reading

The average modern family fails to get adequate life insurance cover

Shocking new research revealed by Sainsbury’s Life Insurance has revealed that the modern British family is failing to get the right levels of life insurance in place, and leaving their family at risk should the worst happen. According to the … Continue reading

UK customers not covered throw money away

Shocking new statistics from Bright Grey have revealed that customers in the UK are throwing money away, despite the near £3billion deficit in life insurance cover in the region. Protection experts Bright Grey carried out a survey into the financial … Continue reading

Life Insurance costs could fall as babies live 30 years longer

According to research from Partnership, a firm who specialise in enhanced annuities the average baby born in 2012, the year of the London Olympics will live 30 years longer than babies born in 1908, or 1948, the last time the … Continue reading

Life Insurance goes worldwide as Prudential start selling life cover in Cambodia

Life Insurance has for a long time been one of the most important forms of insurance sold anywhere in the world, and the global appeal of the product continues to grow every year. Prudential, who are one of the biggest … Continue reading

Fitch – Gender Equality won’t affect UK life insurance

A new report from Fitch, one of the leading ratings agencies has revealed that the new EU rules regarding gender neutral insurance costs should not have a significant effect on the price of life insurance offered in the UK, despite … Continue reading

Aviva pay out Guardian reader’s life insurance after nightmare year

In a recent survey we wrote about here at Life Insurance Quotes it was revealed that a huge percentage of people in Britain thought that life insurance companies would do anything in their power to get out of paying claims … Continue reading