Income Protection

Could your family cope with long-term illness?

Whilst we would like to prefer to not think about it, the sad truth is that a debilitating illness could lead to your inability to work for a significant period of time.

If you became a victim, how would your family cope financially?

Even if you have a good, secure job, it is likely that your salary would be reduced, if not cut entirely, after a few weeks of absence. Your life insurance would be no use to you. State benefits are almost certainly insufficient and means tested. That’s why it makes sense to think now about protecting yourself against a range of specified conditions to make sure that your family would be provided for.

As Independent Financial Advisers we can look at the different policies available and advise you on which is best suited to your circumstances.

It’s always a good idea to review your protection on a regular basis – and now could be the perfect time.

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    263 Cranbrook Road,
    Ilford, Essex,
    IG1 4TG

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