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Vavo expands insurance for over 45s

Vavo has expanded its range of personal insurance for those over 45 years of age by offering home insurance and annual and single-trip travel insurance.

Vavo expects the new cover to be popular to those of retirement age who the life office claim are regularly denied cover or are over-charged .

Backed by Prudential and GE insurance, Vavo says it charges significantly less than other insurers like Saga and Direct Line.

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