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Preparing in life for what is to come thereafter – investing in life insurance

Preparing in life for what is to come thereafter – investing in life insurance

Writing a definitive thesis on the subject of Life Cover will take us at least 50 pages. World events, such as COVID-19, continuously influence the development of new legislation and policy options. Your needs may change in multiple areas of your life. Your financial advisor will have your back.

South Africa’s Newest Insurance Group

insurance-optionsAs South Africa’s insurance industry continues to grow, a new innovative insurer is set to shake things up with their unique service offering.

BrightRock (Pty) Ltd was launched late last year and is backed by the Lombard Insurance Group, an AA-rated insurer with decades of experience in the sector. As a new entrant to the market, BrightRock plans to draw new customers with a unique idea – fully customisable insurance. Continue reading “South Africa’s Newest Insurance Group”

Risk Cover Update: The ADL Benefit

insurance disability coverPersonal insurance goes much further than basic life cover, and in today’s uncertain world it is fast becoming a necessity for all of us.

If you are still only covered by a life insurance and funeral cover policy, you should consider including impairment and disability cover in your portfolio. As tragic as the loss of a loved one is, the financial implications are not necessarily negative as long as the person has a life insurance policy. A disability can be far more costly, as the breadwinner may no longer be able to work and may need nursing or extensive medical treatment in addition.

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Dread Diseases: Are You Insured?

insurance against dread diseaseMany people have comprehensive insurance cover that will leave their families with the peace of mind that comes with financial security should they pass away. What many of us don’t pay enough attention to however, is the possibility of contracting a dread disease.

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