It’s a surprisingly common belief that life insurance for mums – specifically stay at some mums – is an unnecessary expense because it’s though that life insurance is only needed for the main income earner.
But imagine this. What if your child woke up tomorrow and you weren’t there for them from that day onwards.
What would happen to the family?
What would you want for your child’s future?
If you hear the words ‘life insurance’ particularly if you’re a parent, what thoughts and feelings does it give you?
If you feel a mild discomfort to the pit of your stomach the chances are your brain is naturally suppressing any thoughts of death so quickly that they don’t even surface.
Have you seen the price of a trip to the cinema lately? At my local Cineworld the price of two adults and two children’s tickets now costs around £28!
If you’re anything like me you probably think that’s expensive, so I’d like to show you how you can get these ticket’s for free – saving around £9 per adult and £5 per child every week.
But before I do I need to tell you…there is a ‘catch’.
My last article looked at 3 ways to leave your child £150,000 inheritance and Vitality whole life insurance was one.
We saw how you could reduce your premium from £84 to £54 a month for £150,000 whole life cover by getting active.
I showed you how I do this by getting a health check at a Lloyds pharmacy, going for a dentist check up and wearing a Fitbit.
In my last article, I showed you how whole life insurance is one of the 3 ways you can affordably leave your child a cash inheritance.
(In our example a 35 year old could leave £150,000 cash inheritance for £65 a month.)
And now I want to show you how, if you’re an active parent you can now get an extra 40% off your premium.