A Guide to Income Protection

Financial resilience and peace of mind for individuals and households

Income Protection

If you were one of the million people in the UK each year that find themselves unable to work due to a serious illness or injury, how would you cope financially? The Association of British Insurers 2017 findings highlight the fact that of these, many find it difficult to survive on their savings or on sick pay from work.

Coping financially with serious illness or injury
A Guide To Lifestyle Planning:
Coping financially with serious illness or injury

If you were one of the million people in the UK each year that find themselves unable to work due to a serious illness or injury…Read More »

Coping financially with serious illness or injury
A Guide To Lifestyle Planning:
Coping financially with serious illness or injury

Research by LV= has found that there are 3.2 million working couples in Britain that would be classed as DINOs. This means they…Read More »

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