Why the insurers are selling their own insurance for free
More and more people are finding it cheaper to buy insurance for themselves than for their families, with a growing number of insurers offering their own plans as a cheaper alternative.
In the past few years, there has been a significant increase in the number of insurance companies offering their policies for free to customers, according to the Insurance Industry Association.
The association said it had recorded more than 200 insurers offering its policies for a fee, up from about 20 in 2016.
The increase in insurers offering free policies was likely to have played a part in the rise in the price of insurance premiums, as more and more customers opt to buy policies on their own.
Insurers have also seen a rise in competition as the number and cost of insurers have been falling.
In recent years, the number one target of insurers is the price that they charge their customers.
Premiums are expected to fall for 2018 because insurers have had to cut prices in recent years due to the recession.
Insurance companies also have been able to lower the prices of policies that have been in the pipeline for years, as the cost of maintaining the policies has dropped.
The rise in insurers selling their policies is a sign that consumers are getting more comfortable with the idea of having insurance for their entire lives.