London, UK (PRWeb UK) February 6, 2010
Research from Mintel has shown that married couples are more likely to have a life insurance policy. The research reveals that over half (54 per cent) of married residents have a life insurance policy, compared to just 34 per cent of people who are living as married ,whilst just under a fifth (19 per cent) of single people have life insurance cover. In light of these findings, Post Office Life Insurance is reminding people of the benefits and peace of mind life insurance cover can provide.
People who are married may be more likely to take out life insurance as they are inherently financially tied to their partners. Monies paid out against the life insurance policy can help alleviate some of the financial pressures which result from the passing away of a spouse.
However, Post Office Life Insurance is reminding people that whatever their marital status, life insurance policies offer many benefits. For example, a general life insurance policy from the Post Office can provide a lump sum that can be used by loved ones towards a mortgage.
Post Office Life Insurance reminds that there are various levels of life insurance cover available. However, Post Office Life Insurance advises that anyone looking to obtain life insurance should speak to a reputable provider in order to assess the most appropriate life insurance policy for their needs.