This article was written prior to 15 March 2021, before the launch of the new Financial Advice Regime, and was published for information purposes only. It is not being actively promoted by Momentum Life. Momentum Life does not provide financial advice about the suitability of their products and cannot take into account your personal situation or goals. Before you decide to take out a Momentum Life Policy, you should read the relevant Policy Wording document which contains the terms, conditions, and exclusions of the Policy, and seek independent financial advice, if required, to ensure the insurance policy is suitable for you.
Life is full of planning. There’s the big stuff – saving for a home, getting married or starting a family — but also small, everyday tasks like making shopping lists or arranging after school pickups. No matter the task, if you’re planning it now, then it’s probably important to your future.
Planning for the future is often exciting, but not always. Imagining life after you’re gone is probably one of the most difficult things you may need to consider.
What is life insurance?
Life insurance is a type of insurance policy designed to help provide financial assistance to you or your family in the event of a terminal illness diagnosis or unexpected death.
Whilst many families use a life insurance benefit to help replace a loved one’s salary, the money can actually be used for anything they may need. This may include short-term concerns, like paying household bills or covering the cost of a funeral. It could also help provide funds for bigger needs, such as paying off a mortgage or covering school fees.
Why do people buy life insurance?
No matter how the money is used, the general idea behind a life insurance benefit is to provide peace of mind to those left behind. A lump sum benefit is paid out in the event of your death or terminal illness diagnosis and this money can be used by your family however it is needed.
You can generally apply for Life insurance over the phone. You will just need to answer some health and lifestyle questions to determine whether your application is successful.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is of a general nature only and does not take into account your personal situation or goals. You should consider whether the information is appropriate to your needs and seek independent financial advice, if required, to ensure an insurance product is suitable for you.
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