There are other providers of Payment Protection Insurance [Short-Term Income Protection] and other products designed to protect you against loss of income. For impartial information about insurance, please visit the website at www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk
At Point Me To we advise against leaving anything to chance, especially your future financial security, we have witnessed the financial devastation caused to clients by loss of income due to an illness, accident or injury.
Protecting your income is an essential part of successfully planning for yours and you family’s financial future.
- How would you continue to repay your mortgage and bills if you were unable to work for a long period of time?
- What effect would this have your financial position?
These and many more are genuine questions you may be faced with if your income was no longer there, one of our advisers will be able to assist you in your options to protect against this financial problem we will guide you through and advise with the most suitable term for your policy, what level of benefit is required and the potential premiums, to ensure you have full peace of mind, for further help and advice, please feel free to contact one our advisers.
Contact us for a free no obligation quote.
What does Income Protection offer:
- Insures against loss of income, due to inability to work.
- You can taylor the level of benefit to your individual need, to meet your current lifestyle.
- Cover can be deferred in line with employers benefits to reduce costs.
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