critical illness insurance

Critical cover women simply can’t afford to ignore

Mums are less likely than dads to take out a critical illness insurance policy, but everyone with dependants should consider one. If you were to become seriously ill, it could offer a financial lifeline

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40 to 60 is the most dangerous time of life

The vast majority of life insurance and critical illness claims are made for people between the age 40 and 60, Moneywise has learnt.

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Life insurance: get covered now before it's too late

Death and disease don't feature heavily in the lives of most people under the age of 40.

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Four insurance products worth having

Do you consider yourself a risk taker?

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Five essential insurance products

Do you consider yourself a risk taker?

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Six questions to ask before choosing a cancer policy

1. My mum and sister have had cancer. Will I be able to get cover?

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Dealing with the financial costs of fighting cancer

Cancer is one of the most common diseases of our time, with four in 10 people developing it at some point in their lives, according to Macmillan Cancer Support.

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How protection insurance could save you thousands

When it comes to long-term illness, disability and unemployment, it's easy to think "it'll never happen to me".

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Protect your family should disaster strike

Many of us think nothing of spending £10 a month to insure our mobile phone or take out pet insurance.

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Be prepared

There are three key products that will ensure you and your family are financially looked after if the unexpected does occur.

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