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You probably insure your phone, your car, your home and pets – but what about yourself? Should the worst happen, it’s important that you have insurance in place to protect yourself and your family. We can discuss and advise on the following plans;

  • Income Protection– This is a policy that will provide you an income should you be unable to work due to long term sickness or injury.
  • Mortgage Protection –This is an insurance that is designed to pay off your mortgage in part or in full if you die or are diagnosed as terminally ill.
  • Critical Illness Cover –This is designed to pay out a lump sum in the event you are diagnosed with a serious illness or disability.
  • Life Cover– This will pay out either a lump sum or a fixed annual amount to your family or nominated persons in the event you die or are diagnosed with a terminal illness.

We offer protection products from a range of providers, ensuring you have access to a suitable policy to take care of you and your loved ones.

We can also arrange for your plans to be placed in trust should this be advised by your tax specialist.

As well as ensuring your protection requirements are met, some providers also provide incentives to promote an active and healthy lifestyle. These incentives include rewards, discounts on holidays and retreats and cashback. In addition they can also reduce your premium subject to you meeting the targets.

For insurance business we offer products from a choice of insurers.


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