Income & Mortgage Protection

allows your finances to be taken care of when you can’t, so your family doesn’t miss out

  • Provides more than state benefits (£75 a week)
  • Covers accident and sickness
  • Option to cover redundancy
  • Option to cover bills
  • Avoids risk of arrears losing your home
  • Allows your family to maintain their lifestyle
  • Pays out monthly

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Income Protection

Income protection is designed to replace or supplement your income in the event that you are unable to work. Insurance can be taken out to cover accidents, sickness and is intended to provide short term cover ranging from 12 to 24 months or up until retirement on long term accident & sickness cover, depending on the policy. Common reasons for taking out income protection include protecting mortgage or loan payments whilst ensuring you are able to maintain your lifestyle and can continue to financially support your family and loved ones.

Policies fall into two main categories, Permanent Health Insurance (PHI) and Accident, Sickness and Unemployment Cover (ASU). Despite both providing income protection, they are very different and are often confused for one another and misunderstood. The main difference is PHI provides long term financial protection (payments continue until a specified age of retirement) and ASU provides short term financial protection (payments are made for a maximum of two years). Both policy types pay a monthly benefit which is exempt from tax.

Price Guarantee

We deal directly with insurance companies to offer you their best rates together with our free advice and brokering services. If you are able to find a like-for-like policy cheaper elsewhere, we’ll complete the transaction for you and give you £50 cash.

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Not sure about something? Insurance isn't always straightforward. Our advisers are specialists in insurance and have years of experience - it’s their job. They are always happy to answer your questions, call one of them on freephone* 0808 168 1262 or use our contact form.