Insurance Guide

Relevant Life Policy: More about its benefits

As an owner of a small business you must have heard about the Relevant Life Policy from most of your acquaintances in your field. It is a new kind of policy (only around a year since it has become popular with the employers). You must have an idea that investing in a Relevant Life Policy implies that you will be ...

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A Healthy staff is a Productive Staff

The challenge of working abroad has many facets; language and culture, work conditions, schooling if taking a family, and health personal and for family members. A  UK resident usually has all the various policies in place to cover life in general but the situation changes for anyone spending periods abroad even if it does not involve residence overseas. Someone with ...

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Joint Life Insurance: The Fundamentals

Many people apply for life insurance policies for securing their own as well as their near and dear one’s lives. However, on certain occasions, they become confused as to what is right for their needs – a single life or joint life policy. There are a number of differences between single life and joint life policies that count. How does ...

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Who's Buying Britain's Farmland?

Twenty-twelve could be considered something of a landmark year for agriculture; the price of farmland has escalated to such an extent that some commentators have hailed it ‘a better investment than a Mayfair apartment’. In actual fact, the price is said to have trebled over the last decade to an average of £8,900 per acre – which might be some ...

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Living Longer than Expected and the Presidential Election

It can be a good quandary. Someone buys life insurance in case something unforeseen happens, or the inevitable and their heirs are left with a valuable asset. In today’s trying economic times, and as people live longer than previously expected, a life settlement may become the best choice for someone to live an independent lifestyle in their golden years. Life ...

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