Make sure they miss you for the right reasons

In 1909 Winston Churchill said the following:

“If I had my way, I would write the word ‘insure’ upon the door of every cottage and upon the blotting book of every public man, because I am convinced, for sacrifices so small, families and estates can be protected against catastrophes which would otherwise smash them up forever.

It is the duty to arrest the ghastly waste, not merely of human happiness, but national health and strength, which follows when, through the death of the breadwinner, the frail boat in which the family are embarked, founders and the women and children and the estates are left to struggle in the dark waters of a friendless world.”

sad mother + childrenThese words are as true today as they were then.  If your family is financially dependent on you then you need life cover.  It doesn’t have to be expensive, but surely you want to take care of your loved ones if something happens to you?

This video is from a recent campaign in the UK, but the message is relevant in the UAE too. If you die and leave you family, you can’t stop the heartache, but you can make sure that do not have financial worries, that they can stay in their home and your children can continue their education.

UK life assurance advert – youtube link

Be a loving spouse and/or parent and ask about arranging life cover to take care of your family today. They’ll miss you when you’re gone, but you can still look after them by making sure they’ll be financially secure.

keren@holbornassets.com

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About financialuae

A qualified and experienced Independent Financial Adviser based in Dubai, UAE. Professional and ethical. Freelance writer on personal financial issues & the On Your Side column in The National. Regular radio guest. Senior Partner at Holborn Assets LLC, Dubai, UAE.
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