Why Singlife’s Cash for Income Loss is a must-have for any breadwinner

Need to protect yourself and your loved ones from possible loss of income? Singlife has you covered with P100,000 free accident insurance for 3 months.

MANILA, Philippines — Your salary pays for housing, food, and all the finer points of life for you and your loved ones. Money makes the world go round, as they say. But does your family’s world come to a halt when disability or even death strikes and the salary you’ve become accustomed to is no longer paid?

Most homes have one or two breadwinners, those who provide the money to live the life you lead. And as most of us have experienced, adjusting your spending when the money coming in increases is seamless. Having that special lunch at your favorite place every week, sending the kids to a more expensive school, or buying that extra pair of shoes just makes life more enjoyable.

It’s a different story when the money available for expenses dwindles because the salary we were used to is no longer something we can count on. Disability and even death are realities, and fresh out of a pandemic, we all know very well that bad luck can happen to anyone.

Apart from the unfortunate direct effects, everything becomes much worse if there is also a significant financial impact. Just imagine being disabled and having to move out of the house because you can’t afford it anymore, and send your kids to a new public school, and even struggle to get enough food money on the table so the kids grow up in good health .

Of course, chances are you’ll never experience this, and we certainly wish you the best, but would it be better if you could be prepared?

How do you protect yourself and your family?

philippines singlelife, a mobile-focused savings and protection company, believes that every Juan and Maria should be able to ensure there is money when needed; and a disability or death is one of those unfortunate events where you need someone to support you.

Singlife’s Cash for loss of income is the perfect product for this and for only around P280 per month you can already ensure that you or your loved ones will receive a replacement income of P30,000 per month for three full years. That’s over a million to get your life back on track, for the price of two packs of cigarettes a month.

“We are offering solutions to the middle class in the Philippines that have until now been reserved for the top 10%. Protection against loss of income, however, is particularly valuable for normal people. People who work hard every day to provide a good life for their families and who aspire to a better future for their children and for themselves,” said Rien Hermans, CEO of Singlife.

“Our products help them be financially protected no matter what, and we do it without breaking their budget.”

Cash for Income loss from Singlife is available in GCash, where you can choose your preferred cover by answering a few questions, get insured and receive your policy in just minutes.

Free P100,000 accident insurance for 3 months

As a reward for protecting yourself, Singlife Philippines is offering everyone who has a personal quote made in GCash free P100,000 accident insurance.

No need to buy our product! We just want you to see for yourself how low the premium is and how easy it is to get insured with Singlife. Access GCash today and tell your friends and family to do the same before May 15th to get your free P100,000 accident cover.

To get your free accident cover, go to GInsure in GCash, click on the “Cash for Income Loss” product sheet and answer a few questions to get a personalized quote. All qualifying customers will then receive a text and email notification with details of their free accident insurance. It’s so easy!

All verified GCash users between the ages of 18 and 54 who are Filipino citizens or foreigners legally residing in the Philippines can take advantage of this promotion.

With Singlife, you are just a few clicks away from securing your financial future. Click on here to get your free P100,000 accident cover.

To learn more about Singlife Philippines, visit www.singlife.com.ph.

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