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£200,000 Life insurance cover from just £10/month? It's a no brainer!

Thousands of Brits are discovering cheap,            effective life insurance

By Ethan Griffin | Financial Editor | Thursday 12th September 2019

Do you worry that life insurance is too expensive and won’t pay out when you need it?

If so, you’re not alone. This is a common fear about life insurance.

It’s seen as one of those monthly payments that could be best spent on something else, because, ultimately, it’ll prove useless.

Only, if you don’t have life insurance, the worst really could happen.

Without life insurance, your family is at risk.

If the worst happens and you’re no longer there to provide for them, they may not be able to cover life’s essentials.

Think about it: 

It doesn’t bear thinking about.

However, there’s an answer, because life insurance is nowhere near as expensive as you might think.

Why life insurance really isn’t that expensive

If you’ve seen lots of quotes for life insurance that are too expensive, you’re not looking hard enough.

Did you know you can now get £200,000 of cover (sometimes more) for as little as £10 per month?

For most families, that’s really affordable and provides ultimate peace of mind.

How life insurance will benefit you

If the worst happens, you’ll want to be sure that your family can continue to provide for themselves.

That will mean paying the mortgage, household bills, childcare costs and ensuring a good education for the kids.

Life insurance enables this. For as little as £10 per month, your family could receive £200,000 to help them through the rest of their lives.

That means no money worries and no threat of the roof being taken from their head.

How can I get life insurance for £10 per month?

Life insurance can be found easily, with a smart online tool from Simpler Life that will start finding quotes for you, allowing you to compare the best policies.

And, if you’re worried about the policy not paying out, consider that most major life insurers pay out up to 95% of the time.

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Please find the pricing disclosures for 20p per day below, £5 per month Life Insurance quoted rates are based on level term life cover.
£83,650 over 20 years - 30 year old born in 1988 (L&G)
£49,480 over 20 years - 35 years old born in 1983 (L&G)
£38,112 over 15 years - 40 year old born in 1978 (L&G)
£27,048 over 15 years - 45 year old born in 1973 (L&G)
£21,527 over 10 years - 50 year old born in 1968 (L&G)
£11,453 over 10 years - 55 year old born in 1963 (L&G)
£8,822 over 10 years - 60 year old born in 1958 (L&G)
£4,531 over 10 years - 65 year old born in 1953 (L&G)