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Whole Of Life (Guaranteed Premium)

What is Whole of Life (Guaranteed Premium)?

A Whole of Life (WOL) assurance policy with guaranteed premiums promises payment of a known level of cover upon death of the life/lives assured whenever death occurs, provided that premiums are maintained. The premium and sum assured are fixed throughout the life of the policy. In some cases it is possible to include an annual increase in the amount of life cover (5%, for example) which would mean that the premium also increases each year.

Some companies offer guaranteed or fixed premiums, whilst other plans reserve the right to review premium levels on a periodic basis. There is usually a small additional cost for the advantage of a guaranteed premium but with the assurance of knowing what future premiums will be.

Premiums are based on your personal circumstances but the main areas for consideration by an insurer are your age and state of health. The older you are, the higher the premium will be. Similarly if you have or had a serious ailment the insurer may seek to charge you more or in some cases be unwilling to cover you at all. Higher levels of cover will increase cost as will the fact that an individual smokes.

Whole of Life cover is more expensive than term assurance cover due to the fact that the cover continues throughout life.

Find out more in our Whole of Life Guide

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