The death of a loved one is undoubtedly a deeply traumatic and difficult time. Quite reasonably, it’s something that we don’t like to give a lot of thought to. Similarly, the possibility of suffering a serious illness is one we quite naturally shy away from.But as we all know, the unfortunate truth is that these things do happen. If something unthinkable were to happen to one of your family’s breadwinners, how can you help ensure that your family’s immediate expenses and long-term requirements and outgoings can still be met? Term Assurance from Royal London is a simple, cost-effective way of providing the long-term financial security that your family and loved ones need. It can
when you need it most
help you plan for the future, allowing you the reassurance to once again place these uncomfortable thoughts to the
back of your mind.
With Term Assurance from Royal London there are a range of options that you can choose as part of your policy to best meet your personal needs.You can choose Life Cover only or Specified Serious Illness Cover only or a combination of both. Life Cover provides a lump sum if you die within the term of your policy. Specified Serious Illness Cover provides a lump sum if you suffer from one of the 51 specified serious illnesses we cover within the term of your policy.In addition, if Specified Serious Illness Cover is included in your policy, you will also be covered under our Partial Payment Specified Serious Illness Cover for an additional 22 specified illnesses. Your Financial
Broker will be delighted to help you with any queries you may have.
Term Assurance for your Family
With Life Cover and Specified Serious Illness Cover in place you can provide your family and dependents with a lump
sum to help cover ongoing bills and living expenses should you die or suffer from one of the 51 specified serious illnesses we cover, lessening the financial impact and helping your loved ones to cope. This money can also, if required, help to pay off any outstanding debts that your family may be faced with.
(This information is taken from Royal London website)