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July 2023
When we think about insurance, we often focus on protecting the breadwinner of the family. However, the contributions of a stay at home parent should not be overlooked. While they may not earn a traditional income, their role in managing the home, caring for children, and providing emotional support is huge. Insuring the stay at home parent is a crucial step in safeguarding the family's financial well-being, so let's explore the insurance options available for them.
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June 2023
We all know that the NHS is a vital safety net for people who need medical treatment. However, in some cases, public health care may not provide the level of care that you need, or the wait times for treatment may be too long. In these situations, private medical insurance can be an excellent option. Private medical insurance (PMI) is a type of insurance policy that can help cover the cost of medical treatment in private hospitals and clinics. Here’s just some of the benefits of taking out priv...
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Income protection is a crucial aspect of personal finance that is often overlooked by many people. It is the process of securing your income in the event of unforeseen circumstances that may mean you are unable to work. These circumstances can include accidents, illnesses, or disabilities that prevent you from earning an income.
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May 2023
Changing jobs can be an exciting time, but it's important to remember that it can also impact your protection policies. Significant life events, such as moving home, having children, or changing jobs, can all impact the effectiveness of your current protection arrangements. Inadequate protection or policies that no longer work for you can leave your family vulnerable.
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April 2023
According to recent research by Cirencester Friendly*, almost 23% of their claimants are aged 30 or under. This is an eye-opening statistic that highlights the importance of Income Protection for young people. Many of us don't like to think about the possibility of becoming ill or injured, but it's important to be prepared in case the worst does happen.
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February 2023
Accident, Sickness and Unemployment (ASU) Cover is an insurance policy designed to help people who are unable to work due to injury, illness, or unemployment. The policy provides financial support to help cover living expenses, such as rent or mortgage payments, utility bills, and food.
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January 2023
When we think about life insurance, we typically think of the large cash pay outs should the worst happen, but a mortgage life insurance product is created specifically to cover the outstanding mortgage should those events unfold.
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December 2022
For most of us Christmas means spending time with our loved ones. But what if the worst were to happen, would your loved ones still be able to have a Christmas? Protecting your family’s finances can ensure the least disruption to those events that can be particularly difficult to face for loved ones after losing someone important.
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November 2022
Writing life insurance in trust is one of the best ways to protect your family’s future in the event of your death. Your life insurance policy is a significant asset, and by putting life insurance in trust you can manage the way your beneficiaries receive their inheritance. Here, we take you through the benefits of life insurance trusts, how the process works, who’s involved and the other considerations.
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October 2022
It can be difficult to see the reasons we may look at Income protection as a necessary expense rather than a luxury cost. But ensuring our loved ones are cared for should the worst happen, or our financial obligations are not a concern in horrible circumstances, is a priceless expense. Take a look at our Case Study video to see just how useful securing this protection for your family could be.
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