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Life insurance

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Notmadeofrib Thu 14-Mar-13 19:42:45

Yes, but there are some modern ones out there and you will have choices. I think your save/protect strategy is a good one (if you really need the level of insurance you describe)

ChablisLover Thu 14-Mar-13 19:32:06


I think the second is basically an endowment type policy isn't it?

Will try and make an appointment with an Ifa rather than trying myself

Notmadeofrib Thu 14-Mar-13 14:46:40

1) yes
2) yes! various things available.

speak to an IFA as #2 is an investment vehicle.

ChablisLover Thu 14-Mar-13 14:27:38

I am looking at taking out level term policies for DH and me for 25 plus years

we already have a decreasing cover and critical illness policy to cover mortgage

1 - can I do this?
2 - is there anything whereby there is a payout at the end of the term rather than on death - so basically I am looking for a policy which will pay on death or at the end of the term?


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