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Low Cost Life Cover…

Low Cost Life Cover.ie is one of Ireland’s leading independent brokers for life insurance, offering affordable mortgage protection, life insurance and critical/serious illness cover at competitive prices. Our qualified financial advisors offer quality expertise and customer service to ensure you get the best cover possible for you or your family.

Call today on 01 685 3818 for a free insurance quote, or use our online application service to discover how much more you could be saving on life assurance.

Life Insurance

Provides for your loved ones in the event of your death.

Mortgage Protection

Pays off your mortgage if you pass away during it’s term.

Illness Cover

Gives you a lump sum if you get a specified serious illness.

Income Protection

Pays you an income when you can’t work.

Great Value Life Insurance, Mortgage Protection and Illness Cover at affordable prices

No hassle, just call us on 01 685 3818

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Taking a healthy approach

Taking a healthy approach

The Irish Cancer Society’s report also calculates the average extra spend per month for a cancer patient and finds that it is approximately €756, even for patients with a medical card or private health insurance. In addition, the report finds that: “those who cannot work, work less or lose income as a result of having cancer, face an income drop averaging €1,527 a month, or €18,323 per year.” Given these startling figures, it makes sense to have a protection plan in place now so you can be reassured that should the worst happen, you and your family will be fully protected.

How to Die Well

How to Die Well is a book of insightful essays, inclusive cultural conversations and all-important resources for anyone dealing with death.

€109 million in Protection Claims paid in 2020

• €45 million was paid to approx. 2,000 Income Protection claimants.
• We invested over €200,000 towards rehabilitation and retraining programmes which benefited approximately 100 income protection claimants.
• €51 million paid to approx.453 Life Protection claimants.
• €12.8m was paid to approx.132 Specified Illness claimants.