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Safeguard your family lifestyle in case the worst should happen. These products can provide financial stability for your family if you become too ill to work or die.

Here are examples of typical family scenarios and how Aviva products could protect them.

New baby?

Shannon, 24 and Josh, 26 have just had a baby

Between them, they earn £32K a year and spend about £1,900 a month, on living costs such as housing, bills, socialising and providing for their baby.

They know how important it is to provide for their new arrival, especially should the unexpected happen to either of them, but they have so many other expenses at the minute, they don’t have much money left over at the end of each month.

Products they might take from Aviva

With New Parent Free Life Cover, from Aviva they can take the first steps towards protecting their family.

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As non-smokers, for a sum assured of £100,000 over 30 years, a joint Level life insurance plan would cost £12.25 a month.

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To add Critical Illness to their plan of the same sum assured would cost an extra £31.75 a month.

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They might also consider Income Protection, which provides a monthly payment if work isn’t possible due to illness or accidental injury.

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Premium examples correct as at 03/03/2014. These products have no cash-in value at anytime.

Young family?

Ashish and Sarah, both 33, are married with two children aged 6 and 2

Between them, they earn £49k a year. They spend about £790 a month on their rent, and about £850 a month on living expenses.

In case anything happened to either Ashish or Sarah, which meant they were no longer around or couldn't work, they want the security of knowing that they'd have enough money to at least still pay the rent.

Products they might take from Aviva

As non-smokers, for a sum assured of £120,000 over 25 years, a joint Level life insurance plan would cost £18.26 a month.

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To add Critical Illness to their plan of the same sum assured would cost an extra £60.78 a month.

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They might also consider Income Protection, which provides a monthly payment if work isn't possible due to illness or accidental injury.

Find out more about income protection

Premium examples correct as at 03/03/2014. These products have no cash-in value at anytime.

Single parent family?

Marco is 37 and lives with his daughter

He earns £29,000 a year.

Marco spends £550 a month on rent and another £700 on other outgoings including child care, food and clothes.

Marco wants to make sure that his daughter will be financially secure and able to live comfortably if he dies or becomes too ill to work.

Products he might take from Aviva

As a non-smoker, for a sum assured of £150,000 over 20 years, a Level life insurance plan would cost £14.93 per month.

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To add Critical Illness to this plan of the same sum assured would cost an extra £48.57 a month.

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Marco might also consider Income Protection, which provides a monthly payment if work isn't possible due to illness or accidental injury.

Find out more about income protection

Premium examples correct as at 03/03/2014. These products have no cash-in value at anytime.

A couple?

Gary, 54 and Jan, 48 live together as partners

Together they earn £63,000. They spend about £800 a month on rent and about £1,200 on other expenses – they like to take regular holidays.

They both want the security of knowing that their partner could carry on enjoying their current lifestyle, if one of them died or became critically ill.

Products they might take from Aviva

As non-smokers, for a sum assured of £100,000 over 15 years, a joint Level life insurance plan would cost £53.29 a month.

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They could also opt to add Critical Illness to their plan.

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They might also consider Income Protection, which provides a monthly payment if work isn’t possible due to illness or accidental injury.

Find out more about income protection

Premium examples correct as at 03/03/2014. These products have no cash-in value at anytime.

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