A Relevant Life plan is a stand-alone, single life death-in-service-plan, set up and paid for by an employer.

What is a Relevant Life plan? 

A Relevant Life plan is a type of life insurance policy available to employers to provide an individual death-in-service benefit for their employees while they are employed by their company.

These policies are taken out and paid for by the employer, for the benefit of the employee and their family, and must be placed into trust from the outset. 



Speak to a Relevant Life expert today.

Call us on: 

01392 43 61 93 


Products & Services from the leading financial brands

  • Zurich
  • Legal And General
  • Scottish Widows
  • AIG
  • LVE
  • Royal London
  • Vitality Life

Who might consider a Relevant Life plan?

  • Small businesses and medium sized businesses (SMEs) looking to provide tax-efficient life cover for directors and employees.

  • Small businesses who don't have enough eligible employees for a group life scheme but want to offer a form of death-in-service benefit to attract and retain the best people.

  • People with high earnings and large pension funds who don't want their death-in-service benefits to form part of their lifetime allowance.

  • People in a group-death-in-service scheme who don't want their cover linked to salary at death but need a fixed sum.

Speak to the experts...

Relevant Life isn't available through the Cavendish Online website, as not everyone is eligible to apply for it and it's important to understand whether it's appropriate for your needs. 

Our team of professional, friendly and knowledgeable advisers are on hand to help with any questions you may have about Relevant Life. They can also provide quotations for this cover and ensure it is set up correctly, supporting you every step of the way. 

Speak to an adviser now on:

01392 43 61 93

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The insurance products offered by Cavendish Online have no cash-in value at any time. If you stop paying your premiums your cover will stop, your policy will end, and you will receive no benefit. If you have not claimed before the end of your chosen policy term, the policy will end, and no benefit will be paid.

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