Women and insurance - Married women

When a woman marries and particularly when she has children, there is no doubt that the first priority in life assurance is to insure the life of her husband.

He is generally the main bread winner and his death would at best leave an enormous gap in the family income, if it did not vanish= altogether.

The state widows pension is barely enough to survive on.

All wives should read about life assurance (see ) to see what, is involved and how they can protect their families in the event of their husbands death.

But life assurance should not stop there.

Very few women think about, what would happen to their family-financially if they were to die. This can be as great a financial blow as the death of a father.

Someone must be employed to look after the children, if the husband is to continue working.

For this reason alone, women should think about at least a small life assurance policy, for example the cheap term variety to cover the period when children are small


Married women

Payroll Giving
It’s all very easy to organise.
Just ask the Personnel or the Payroll Department at your company and, if they already have a scheme, they will give you the relevant forms.  HM Revenue & Customs’ website has a list of Payroll Giving agencies and explains payroll giving in more detail.

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When a woman marries and particularly when she has children, there is no doubt that the first priority in life assurance is to insure the life of her husband.

He is generally the main bread winner and his death would at best leave an enormous gap in the family income, if it did not vanish= altogether.

The state widows pension is barely enough to survive on.

All wives should read about life assurance (see ) to see what, is involved and how they can protect their families in the event of their husbands death.

But life assurance should not stop there.
Women and insurance - Married women - more