Life Insurance brokers and why they can get you the best deal

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If you’re interested in learning more about life insurance, it’s good to consider how a broker like us can help you navigate through the confusion and hassle to get the most suited deal possible.

In this blog, we elaborate on the ins and outs of life insurance brokers in this country – what we do, and the pros and cons of working with one.

What is a life insurance broker?

In layman’s terms, a life insurance broker is an expert in all areas of life insurance.

As a life insurance broker, we have access to a plethora of trusted insurers and this means we can offer unbiased advice. We make our money from the insurer, meaning you don’t pay any extra to receive expert advice from us.

Need some advice? Get in touch. We work with a fantastic team of life insurance providers  – and there’s absolutely no obligation to take out a policy.

Why you should use a life insurance broker 

  • Access to the whole market

An independent broker is not committed to any one insurer, and therefore can provide the best in-partial advice. By going directly to an insurer, you could miss out on the best deal.

  • A Personal service

A good broker provides a personal service. They have to get to know you and your circumstances to provide you with the best life insurance plan on the market. 

  • Finding the best value product for you

Our experience and expertise are potentially the most important reasons to work with us.

We are here to help you

Ixxos’ expert advisors have vast experience in helping trustees with their investments and assisting them to ensure they are carrying out their duties. Whether it’s your first time enquiring about a life insurance policy or just looking for a better deal. We can help you. 

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