There are various potential benefits of taking out life insurance, but what are they?
Learn more about the main differences between the two types of insurance.
Selecting a beneficiary can give you peace of mind in controlling your family’s financial future. But what is a beneficiary in life insurance? Read more.
Can you get life insurance after a stroke? In this Legal & General guide, we look at how life insurance works for stroke patients and their loved ones.
If your loved ones need to make a life insurance claim, they’ll need to know where the policy files are kept. Read our guide to storing documentation.
If you’re a life insurance beneficiary, how does the payout work and how long does it take? Find out more in our life insurance policy beneficiary guide.
If you've got people that financially depend on you, life insurance is an important consideration for you. If you're unsure on whether you need life cover or not, our guide can help.
Working for yourself is not without its challenges, but what types of life insurance for the self-employed could give you peace of mind? Read our guide.
Moving house can be a stressful process, but our helpful moving house admin checklist gives a breakdown of what to do. Read our tips on how to move house.
Provided you're over 18, it's never too soon to start thinking about taking out a life insurance policy. In our guide, we explain why getting life cover sooner rather than later can be a good idea.
Life insurance can be worth considering if other people rely on your income or assets. Read our guide on the reasons you might want to get life insurance.
There are various life insurance scams that we should all be aware of. Find out how to protect yourself from fraudulent acts in our guide.
Getting life insurance for a mortgage means you can protect your most valuable asset in hard times. Read more about mortgage life insurance.
A life insurance application may not take as long as you think. Read our guide on applying for life insurance.
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Confused about life insurance? Discover the facts as we debunk some of the most common myths and misconceptions surrounding the topic.
Buying a house can be a long process, but in our guide we’ll aim to make it as simple as possible. Read our guide to buying your first home.
Contrary to popular belief, life cover is not just for homeowners, life insurance when renting is important if you've got financial dependants. Find out more about why you could need life insurance even if you don't own your own home.
If you were wondering whether life insurance covers cancer, our comprehensive guide explains how suffering from cancer could affect your application, as well as support and resources.
Everyone wants the cheapest life insurance, but does that mean you’ll get the best policy? Read more about how to find low cost life insurance.
Re-arranging your life insurance policy with another provider is easier than you may think. Find out about the process with our guide.
Can you get ‘high risk’ life insurance if you’ve got a dangerous occupation or hobby? Read the Legal & General guide to affordable ‘high risk’ life insurance.
Find out what impact Inheritance Tax could have on life insurance policies, what the thresholds for Inheritance Tax are and how putting your life insurance into trust could help.
Term life insurance policies do expire. Find out what happens if you outlive your cover, and your options if you’re nearing the end of your policy.
Find out, in simple terms, all you need to know about the life insurance claims process
Are you wondering whether you need more than one life insurance policy? In our guide we explore how many policies you can have and whether it's something you really need.
Learn what you should think about when deciding the length of term of your life insurance.
Find out how to track down lost life insurance policies after the death of someone close,
Home ownership and life insurance overlap, but many millennials don’t have cover. Read our report into life insurance and millennials.