I recently started worrying about if there would be enough
money in the pot for my wife and family to survive if I wasn’t
around. I noticed that my policies were a little thin on the ground
so I started to look in to a new Life insurance policy to see
what deals were available.
What I really like about the internet is that you can go and
visit these compare sites and get quotes without anyone hassling
While I was searching I came across a really good life cover
compare site where it draws from over 400+ insurance providers
so you have a great deal of choice.
If you need insurance then use this link below to go an visit:
There are a variety of different insurances you may like to look at here at Plus Fifty. We have tried to refine the information so that it is relevant to the over 50’s age group and made suggestions about what to look for.
We have tried to include options and recommendations on how to go about looking at different types of over 50 insurance and where to get the best advice.
I am sure you have found through life that personal endorsement whilst always worth a look at is not always the best option for yourself. We have had a couple of very dodgy builders who were personally recommended!
When looking at any type of over 50 insurance the best piece of guidance I can offer is research it until you understand what you are paying for. It is all too easy to say yes to the first sales person who comes along as they are very good at their jobs, they know this is long term big business. Brokers are better at looking at options on your behalf however they still tend to work off commission.
Sleep on it whatever anyone says; take a couple of days to make sure you have insurance which exactly meets all your requirements. Any good Insurance sales person will wait for you to make a fully informed decision and they don’t mind explaining how it works to you. Ask questions if you don’t understand and if you still don’t understand it ask again.
And last but not least – Always READ the small print
Click on the links below to help you find the information you’re looking for