Archive for September 2, 2006

Decreasing Term Life Insurance

Decreasing Term Life Insurance is a cost effective way of arranging life assurance.

Decreasing Term Life Insurance is usually taken out to repay such things as loans and mortgages in the event of the death of one of the lives assured but can occasionally also be used to provide family protection cover.

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Life Insurance - A Weighty Issue

As a nation, we are getting bigger. By 2025, according to the latest government statistics, around 33% of girls and 25% of boys will be classifiable as clinically obese. ‘Obese’ is defined as overweight to the probable detriment of a person’s health. In fact the rate at which UK children are getting fatter is set to increase, becoming the worst in the world even above the USA.

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Car Insurance - A Cautionary Curfew

Insurance is very, very expensive for a certain group of drivers. Unfortunately, statistics prove that newly qualified young men are a particularly poor insurance risk. A risk that rises significantly between the hours of 11pm and 6am.

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