Do single parents need Life Insurance?
As a single parent the financial responsibility of providing for your family typically rests on you alone, meaning that falling ill and not being able to provide for your loved ones is a serious risk. The pressure and the associated stress of this responsibility may be lightened with Life Insurance and Critical Illness cover from Beagle Street.
Are single parents less likely to have Life Insurance?
Why are single parents less likely to have Life Insurance?
How can Single Parent Life Insurance help your children?
Life Insurance for Single Parents is more affordable than you think
There are a range of policies out there designed to give you a great level of Life Insurance cover with an affordable premium. You can choose between two types of Term Insurance, for example:
Level Term Insurance
Here you and your insurance provider can arrange a fixed policy value that remains the same throughout your term.
Decreasing Term Insurance
This typically offers cheaper monthly payments because the value of the policy decreases over time. It’s often used for financially protecting your loved ones from debts which get lower over time, such as a repayment mortgage, so it’s sometimes also known as Mortgage Life Insurance.
Choosing Life Insurance, which covers you for a fixed number of years, is also a cheaper way to obtain the financial security you need then taking out a Life Assurance policy, which covers you for the whole of your life, and is subsequently more expensive.
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Terminal Illness Cover
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Research carried out in 2014 by ComRes  found that that 83% of people in the UK think that people in Britain are uncomfortable discussing death. All too often single parents never broach the subject of death with their children or families simply because they find it a difficult topic to talk about, especially with young children. 
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How much cover do I need?
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