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Discover the safety net: how income protection can safeguard your future and lifestyle

Did you know there is insurance that will pay you your salary? It covers you if you are too sick to work or have an accident and can't work. Depending on what you can afford, income protection can support you. Or for an agreed amount of time.

 

Here are just a few reasons why income protection is worth looking into…

 

Income protection provides a safety net to help your finances. Think mortgage or rent payments, bills, and daily living expenses.

 

But losing your income can also have a big impact on your lifestyle. Income protection offers a regular income to cover essential costs. And allows for those little luxuries. An insurance worth thinking about!

 

Knowing that you have income protection provides peace of mind. You’ll be financially protected if you suddenly become sick or have an accident. One less thing to stress and worry about during challenging times!

 

Policies are tailored to suit you. You’ll have flexibility around your income and sick pay benefits. Plus, how much you want to spend depending on how long you could go without an income or the policy's monthly cost. All of this allows the policy to be tailored to suit you.

 

Let’s look at long-term planning. Income protection reveals how the effects of illness will impact your life down the line. Helping you set up for the future!

 

Hopefully we’ve shown you why it's important to add income protection to your overall financial strategy. You are looking after yourself and your family. But this is just a beginner’s guide, so if you’d like to find out more, please get in touch to discuss your individual requirements.

 

Let’s safeguard your income from unforeseen events

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