PREMIUM WAIVER cover can help you to have added peace of mind if you are hospitalised and pass away. While your estate is being dealt with, your family members will be faced with a variety of expenses.
PREMIUM WAIVER cover can alleviate some of the burden of these stresses.
How does Premium Waiver work? When registering for the cover you will need to nominate a beneficiary. A set amount will be paid each month to your elected beneficiary which can be used to pay gap cover or medical aid fees. This amount can be paid for 3, 6 or 9 months. We often encourage sole providers of families to take out PREMIUM WAIVER cover, to ensure that their family will continue to afford the bills if they pass away. If you are responsible for the bulk of your family’s income, make sure that you have this type of cover in place to safeguard your family from further tough times. We make sure that all of our clients and beneficiaries have access to the terms and conditions of PREMIUM WAIVER cover here.
Protect Your Family with PREMIUM WAIVER
It’s never too early to plan to protect your loved ones in the unfortunate event of your death. While your medical health is important, so is the welfare of your loved ones. Various specialised insurance cover packages can help to ensure that your family is properly taken care of when you cannot be there to do so yourself.
We encourage you to chat to one of our friendly consultants about our available medical insurance packages. If you would like more information, take the time to contact us via email today.
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