Income Protection

How would you pay the bills if you were sick or injured and couldn’t work?

“The one protection policy every working adult in the UK should consider is the very one most of us don’t have – Income Protection” – Which? Money, 2012

If you fall ill or have an accident and are unable to work, the sudden loss of income could be devastating.  Even if you work part-time, or don’t earn an income but look after the home all day, you would be very expensive to replace.

i3 Financial Planning : Income Protection : Dundee ForfarThe working world has changed dramatically in recent years but one thing remains constant and that’s the fact that most of us need to work to pay the bills and to enjoy all the nice things in life like holidays, cars and christmas presents.  Bills don’t stop arriving – even if we are very sick.

Without a regular income, most of us would struggle to get by.  Even those of us who have savings or investments would struggle, as they won’t last long when surviving on government benefits (Employment and Support Allowance for the work related activity group is up to £109.30 a week if you’re in the support group).

So, when the unexpected happens, we know that what matters is peace of mind from a policy you can trust.

An income protection plan can provide you with an income you can rely on, if you can’t work due to ill health or accidental injury.

Always get expert advice.

With so many different plans and providers you need to be absolutely sure that you have the right cover.  So, contact us today to get professional advice from one of our protection specialists.

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