Up to £250,000 Armed Forces Life Insurance online
Cover for RAF, Navy, Army, SAS and Royal Marines
Cover for those stationed in the UK, abroad and on tour
Terminal Illness included at no extra cost
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What is Armed Forces Life Insurance?
If you’re in the armed forces you may have found it difficult to obtain Life Insurance for various reasons. Thankfully there are many mainstream companies who are more than happy to help our armed forces heroes. By answering just 5 medical questions online you can get up to £250,000 of Armed Forces Life Insurance with no further questions or medicals.
Will I pay more for Life Insurance because I’m in the Armed Forces?
If you’re in the armed forces some companies charge you extra for the higher risk associated with your occupation. Thankfully there are also other insurers that won’t charge someone in the armed forces more than someone who works in a shop or office. Through SaveOnLife you can get up to £250,000 of Life Insurance online by answering just 5 medical questions. If this is not what you’re looking for we have other providers able to offer cover on their standard rates. Get an online quote today.
Benefits of Armed Forces Life Insurance
If you pass away during the policy term your loved ones will receive your chosen sum assured as a lump sum
Place your policy in trust for each other for free avoiding probate costs and Inheritance Tax liabilities
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