Life Insurance from New Ireland
New Ireland was established in 1918, and was the first Irish-owned company to operate in Ireland. They provide Life Insurance, Mortgage Protection, and Pension products.
New Ireland offers the Life Choice suite of protection products, covering protection for your life, your home, your income and your assets.
How is New Ireland different from other insurers?
The Life Choice range of products can allow you to combine severaly types of policy together, such as income protection and life cover.
New Ireland Whole of Life Cover:
New Ireland is also the only insurer that provides for free Whole of Life cover, using their Whole of Life Continuation benefit.
This is a type of term assurance where a benefit is still payable even after the term has ceased, and no more premiums are due to be paid.
New Ireland: Life Insurance
|Minimum Premium:||€20.20 per month|
|Minimum / Maximum Term||5 years / 40 years (depending on age)|
|Are children covered?||Yes, for €4,000|
|Can I put my partner on the policy?||Yes, Dual Cover is also available|
|Applicants must be:||18-74 for beginning a Life Cover policy (policies with indexation cannot be taken out after age 65 next birthday)|
|Cover expires at:||
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How we can help you
- Get your personal financial plan in place.
- Increase your monthly & annual savings.
- Plan for a secure retirement.
- Buying a home or investment property.
- Protecting your family.
Specific Illnesses Covered?
55 full payment illnesses/conditions
36 partial payment illnesses/conditions
Children's Specific Illness Cover?
The lower of €25,000, or half your cover, on full payment illnesses
Is there a Conversion option?
- Yes, (for Lump Sum Life Cover Only policies)
Max age for Conversion is: 64
Rolling Conversion Option?
Temporary Accidental Death Benefit?
Terminal Illness Benefit?
Waiver of Premium Option?
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