Over 50 Life Insurance terminology Q. What is a Quotation and a qualifying period?

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    Over 50 Life Insurance Terminology - Q

    Quotation (Insurance Quote)
    This is where an insurance company offers you a product(s) for a certain amount of money.


    Qualifying Period
    A qualifying period is a length of time before a claim can be made on your over 50 life insurance policy.
    This is more commonly used with over 50 Income Protection Life Insurance and Mortgage payment protection.
    For example: When you take out an over 50 mortgage payment protection life insurance policy you are not allowed to make a claim within the first two months of the policies term.




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