Do Something Amazing This Grandparents’ Day, say Legal & GeneralBy Legal General, PRNE
Monday, September 19, 2011
LONDON, September 20, 2011 -
Leave your family a nest egg with Over 50s life insurance
With National Grandparents’ Day set to fall on 2nd October this year, Legal & General are today promoting over 50s life insurance plans as the perfect gift to your family.
As a loving grandparent, seeing your children deal with the challenges of raising kids in a major recession can be emotional. It’s hard at times like this to stand back and accept the limitations of a grandparents’ role.
But there’s something you can do to help. With Over 50s life insurance, you can give your children and grandchildren a legacy or nest-egg that will support them as they grow as a family.
And if you choose Over 50s life insurance cover or a funeral plan, you can relieve your family from having to arrange and finance your funeral at a difficult time.
Aren’t we too old for life insurance?
Legal & General’s Over 50s life insurance plans are designed especially for people aged 50-80. There’s no medical and you can choose from a range of 3 different options.
Getting life cover is a vital step in planning your family finances, but it doesn’t have to cost the earth. Life insurance quotes from Legal & General start from only £6 per month. Plus, you’ll receive £50 M&S vouchers to treat yourself or your loved ones! Terms and conditions apply.
There are so many options - where do we start?
If you’re confused about Over 50s life insurance, our handy tool can help you decide what type of cover is best for you; www.legalandgeneral.com/life-cover/over-50s/help-me-choose/.
If you’re still not convinced, take a look at some examples of how life cover can help people in every stage of life; www.legalandgeneral.com/life-cover/confused-about-life-cover/.
Notes to editors
For more information on Legal & General’s life insurance products please visit:
Sam McNamara, Sam.McNamara@landg.com, Direct Line: +44(0)2920-432537
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