2019 Guide to Income Protection Insurance

2019 Guide to Income Protection Insurance

2019 Guide to Income Protection Insurance

Would you still need a monthly income if you can’t work?

2019 Guide to Income Protection Insurance

Have you ever considered what would happen to you or your loved ones if you couldn’t work due to a long term illness or injury which results in a loss of earnings? It’s important to be able to keep your finances healthy as you recover.

No one likes to think that something bad will happen to them, but if you couldn’t work due to a serious illness, how would you manage financially? Being unable to work can quickly turn your world upside down. How would you cover your outstanding bills or childcare costs?

Could you survive on savings or sick pay from work? If not, you may need some other way to keep paying the bills – and you might want to consider income protection insurance.



Sudden loss of income

Sudden loss of income

You might think this may not happen to you, and of course, we hope it doesn’t, but it’s important to recognise that no one is… Read More »

Long-term health benefits

Long-term health problems

When you suffer a serious illness or injury, the last thing you should worry about is how you’ll pay the bills while you’re off work… Read More »

Covering the cost

Covering the cost

The cost of your cover will depend on your gender, occupation, age, state of health and whether or not you smoke… Read More »

Ready to discuss arranging your cover?

You’ve worked hard to get where you are. But just how secure is your lifestyle? If you can’t work because of incapacity due to injury or illness that results in a loss of earnings, would you be able to cover your monthly living costs?

Don’t leave it to chance, please contact Mercier Allen.

To download the full guide please click here.

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