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You asked: What is critical illness with level cover?
A critical illness policy with level cover means that you choose the cover amount and how long you want the cover to run for. With this option, the amount of cover and the amount you pay each month stays the same until your policy ends.
Level cover could be a good option if you’re looking to, for example, cover your salary, maintain your living standards, or pay your children’s school or university fees, in the event of being diagnosed with a critical illness.
You can choose to make your cover amount increase in line with inflation, so that the lump sum won't be worth less in the future because of the rise in the cost of living. With this option, the amount of cover and the amount you pay can both go up each year.
Find out more about our Critical Illness Plan.
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