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    Over 50 Life Insurance Terminology - S

    Smokers Life Insurance
    This is a life insurance policy special tailored for life insurance smokers.
    If you have used any tobacco products over the last twelve months then you are classed as a smoker.
    Please note that if you smoker you will have to pay higher premiums for your
    over 50s life insurance as you are seen as a greater risk.


    Sum Insured / Sum Assured
    This is simply the amount of cover (sum) provided with an over 50 life insurance policy.




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