Protect what’s important

Life can change rapidly, so it’s important to protect what you’ve earned – and your ability to keep earning it. Find out more about what you should protect and our range of solutions to give you peace of mind that no matter what happens you are well prepared.

Protecting your income

Your income, and your ability to earn it is your most valuable asset and if that becomes compromised you could find yourself in financial difficulty. Income protection can provide you with a monthly income if injury or illness prevents you from working, meaning you can maintain your lifestyle and medical bills without worry.

Protecting your family

No one likes to think about the worst happening, but preparing for it will help safeguard your family from subsequent financial worries. In the event of your death, a life assurance policy will pay out a lump sum or monthly income, meaning you and your family will have financial security peace of mind.

Protecting your health

We can’t predict what the future holds, and there’s always a possibility that our health could at some point deteriorate. With specified illness cover, you’ll receive a lump sum designed to cover any financial loss in the event you are diagnosed with a serious illness.

How we can help

We can put in place a number of arrangements and policies to protect your most valuable assets in the face of unforeseen circumstances. We will carry out an initial assessment to identify the most suitable solutions for your needs.

It can be difficult to know when you need to take out cover – and which life changes could mean you need to update your policy. We will be happy to review your level of cover on a regular basis and whether or not you need to make changes. This means you don’t need to worry about what you’re covered for and not covered for, and that you really are getting personalised protection without the fluff at the premium you’re paying.

Income protection

Life assurance

Specified illness cover

Section 72 Inheritance Tax planning

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