Article preview: We all know the health benefits of giving up smoking, but there are significant financial benefits too. Along with saving on the cost of cigarettes, cigars or vaping supplies, new research has found that quitting smoking can result in a cost saving of £16,000 on insurance premiums. The research from insurer Royal London confirmed that non-smokers pay lower insurance premiums. These cost savings are achievable if you have not smoked tobacco or used any nicotine replacement products, including e-cigarettes, for 12 months.
Another fantastic reason to give up smoking
This 378-word blog post looks at new research from insurer Royal London calculating the cost-saving for life assurance premiums when giving up smoking. Written on 10th March 2021.
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