I am delighted Aviva are sponsoring this promotion of their Free Parent Life Cover.
Have you ever considered what you are worth in money terms? I don’t just mean the money you have sitting in the bank or hidden in your purse but more what it would cost to replace you in your family’s life. If you add up all you do in a typical week I think many of us would be shocked. No-one wants to imagine the worst but it could pay to be prepared. Did you know you can get Free Parent Life Cover from Aviva in just a few easy steps? It can help to give you some peace of mind.
In a typical week, we act as a cleaner who typically charges £12 per hour where I live. I am also the family cook and spend a couple of hours a day shopping, cooking and then pot washing. This could be charged at £10 per hour. Personal chauffeur also makes the list as I ferry the children from activity to activity. A personal administrator who fills in forms and paperwork each week. The list is endless. The tasks mount up and of course, we do it all with a smile on our face!
Parenting is pretty full on and it can be easy to put jobs off until tomorrow but what if tomorrow never come? We wouldn’t want our families to suffer more than they need to. This is why it is important that we take responsibility and do all we can to help provide for our family should the worst happen.
Did you know that Aviva offers new parents FREE Parent Life Cover? Both parents can apply for each child they have under 4 years of age. The cover lasts for 12 months and it takes just a few minutes to apply and you can do this on mobile, tablet or desktop. The cover will start as soon as you’ve completed the short application process. If you died during this time a payment of £15,000 will be made, which could help support them financially. Now whilst none of us especially want to think something like that could happen, Winston’s Wish has statistics that show that more than 100 children are bereaved of a parent every day. Therefore it is smart to spend just a couple minutes putting plans into place.
As a parent, have you thought about having a will? This could make it clear who will bring up your children if you are no longer around to do so.