Mark Beresford is a former Royal Marine from 40 commando. [...]
In this video, former Royal Marine and financial expert Mark Beresford discusses whether Marines should take out life insurance to give their dependents better financial security in the event of a Death in Service. Many serving Marines are under the misconception that conventional life insurance is not available for them because of the nature of their job, or that policies are prohibitively expensive. This is not necessarily the case as Mark explains here. In this video you will also learn how to calculate whether you need life insurance, and what level of cover you require.
Former Royal Marine and financial expert Mark Beresford discusses what happens to your family and other dependents in the event of a Death in Service. Watch the video to find out whether you have the right level of cover, and how to ensure your family and dependents are financial secure if you die in service.
Life insurance is available for Royal Marines from as little as £10 p/m, the same cover has many of your civilian friends are eligible for. In this post we share a case study of how one Bootneck got affordable life cover to protect his loved ones in the event of the worse happening.
There are several misconceptions about what happens after a Death in Service, especially around the financial arrangements for dependents following a Marine's death. Here we bust a few myths.