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Life and Protection Insurance

The cost of insurance, particularly life insurance has fallen over recent years, whilst the quality of cover has in many cases increased. With this in mind, it makes sense to periodically review your cover with the help of a professional financial adviser. This section provides helpful information on the different types of protection product available.



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What is Level Term Assurance?

What is Level Term Assurance?

The name says it all. It's term assurance, as you only get a payout within the set 'term' e.g. 18 years. Its level, because the payout you get is fixed from the start of the term until the end. Level term assurance thus guarantees a known lump sum payout upon death within a fixed time e.g. £150,000 if you die within the next 18 years.

What is Critical Illness Cover?

What is Critical Illness Cover?

Although Critical Illness cover is sold by life assurers, there is a big difference when compared with life insurance - you don't have to die to benefit from the Critical Illness insurance policy. This type of cover is designed to pay out a lump sum in the event of you suffering from certain types of critical illness or if you have to undergo certain types of surgery as specified in the policy terms and conditions.

What is Income Protection Insurance?

What is Income Protection Insurance?

Income Protection Insurance is designed to pay you a regular monthly income if you are incapacitated and unable to work due to illness or injury.

Payment Protection Insurance / Short Term Income Protection Insurance

Payment Protection Insurance / Short Term Income Protection Insurance

Payment Protection Insurance and Short Term Income Protection Insurance can provide a monthly income to help cover your regular outgoings if you can’t work due to an accident, illness/injury or, often as an optional extra, unemployment.

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