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    Forum Member Ellie's Avatar
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    I have life insurance since I bought my first house, so I'm alright Jack (think I had to for a mortgage??)

    Financial planning with MND is a fine art - having "too much" in savings = no grants or financial help, which reduces those savings. Having not enough savings = you're up the creek without a paddle.
    ​Diagnosed 03/2007. Sporadic Definite ALS/MND Limb Onset.
    Eye gaze user - No working limbs - No speech - Feeding tube - Overnight NIV.

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    I tried to get a policy but having MND no company would offer a policy

    So I took out an over 50s plan with Royal London for 20 a month

    The policy pays out after a year

    I really can't help you with other policies but I wish you luck in finding something

    Regards
    PB

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    Hello there,

    Here is a useful link from MSE which explains the pro's and con's and gives some suggested best buys.

    https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/in...ife-insurance/

    It might be useful to look for one that pays out after 1 year ( rather than 2 ) depending on your situation.

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    Hi Jaffabeach and welcome to the forum,

    Thanks for your advice and tips.

    Best wishes, Terry

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    Thank you for all your replies X

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    Forum Member Twinkle's Avatar
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    This post seems like ages ago, I never did get time to sort out a life insurance or an over 50's plan for Pete.

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    I know, Twinkle xx - those posts were not very long ago, in October, but you have been through so much since then. Somehow, the days can seem much longer when we are going through difficult times.

    I hope you are getting lots of love and support from family and friends - and it is, of course, always lovely to hear from you on this forum.

    Thinking of you.
    Kayleigh xx
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 3rd January 2019 at 19:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaffabeach View Post
    Hello there,

    Here is a useful link from MSE which explains the pro's and con's and gives some suggested best buys.

    https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/in...ife-insurance/

    It might be useful to look for one that pays out after 1 year ( rather than 2 ) depending on your situation.
    Hey Jaffabeach, a really useful link even now. Well done.

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