Life Assurance helps you to safeguard your dependent's financial well being in the event of your premature death.

This cover gives you and your family the much needed peace of mind and ensures that they are able to cope financially on your demise. It will provide a lump sum which can be used to pay debts such as mortgages and other types can secure a long term income for your dependents.

The table below provides an indication of the costs involved, assuming you do not have an underlying medical condition.

Age Sum Assured Monthly Premium
30 £100,000.00 £5.70
30 £200,000.00 £8.90
40 £100,000.00 £9.90
40 £200,000.00 £16.40
50 £100,000.00 £21.70
50 £200,000.00 £38.00
Assumptions:
Term of 20 years
Client is a Non Smoker
Single Life

Many businesses establish “Keyman” life assurance to ensure that they can survive the death of a key individual within the company.

I recently retired after 17 years as Chief Executive of Support in Mind Scotland, a medium sized Scottish mental health charity.  The organisation has long recognised the importance of accessing independent financial advice prior to retirement and has had an arrangement with Corporate Benefits for a number of years to offer this service to its staff. In my personal experience, the company does exactly what it says on the tin! I was given very helpful, accessible advice.  Iain McCallum was not only proactive in his approach; he was also very responsive to any queries I had.  I was made aware of the various options available to me, including enhanced annuities.  As a result, I improved my net retirement income by 35%, a not inconsiderable amount. As well as receiving guidance with the personal pension arranged through my employer, I also benefited from assistance with the administrative process for other existing pensions. Overall, Corporate Benefits transformed what can be a stressful and confusing experience into one that was straightforward and easily understood.  I would happily recommend them to others.  
Mary Weir (former) Chief Executive Support in Mind Scotland