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You asked: Why would I want to put my Life Insurance cover into trust, what does that mean?
Putting your life insurance plan in trust means that any life cover pay-out should go to the people you choose. Your chosen beneficiaries could receive the pay-out quicker. And, under current tax rules, it could help protect the pay-out from Inheritance Tax.
If you think your family could benefit from putting your life insurance plan under trust, talk to a Financial Adviser about which trust is the most suitable for you. Please bear in mind tax rules may change in the future.
Find out more about Aviva trusts.
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