Posted: January 2017

Some types of financial protection are compulsory, from car insurance to home insurance if you have a mortgage. But, there are other kinds of financial protection products available that are just as important to have should anything unforeseen or unfortunate happen to you or your loved ones. Financial protection gives you the peace of mind that you and your family are protected in the event of your death or ill health.

Protection options

From life insurance to accident, sickness and critical illness cover to funeral costs and income protection and much more, we can:

● calculate shortfalls
● compare costs of providers
● compare the different options available with each product provider
● recommend to a budget if required

Protecting your family

Make sure your family is provided for in the event of death or ill health. Life insurance and other financial protection is invaluable if you’re the family breadwinner and may be used to repay debt or replace income if you are not able to do so. A protection plan can also be used to help pay any inheritance tax due on your estate.

Rising funeral costs

The cost of the average funeral is rising faster than inflation. At an already stressful and emotional time, finding the money to cover the cost of a funeral can be overwhelming for families to deal with. With a whole of Life Policy or a Pre-Paid Funeral Plan you can protect your family from the financial worry of footing the bill for your funeral.

Whatever type of financial protection or circumstances you’d like to protect you and your family against, from unemployment to funeral costs or illness to injury, we can help find you the best protection for your circumstances from the large pool of insurers we have access to and using our many years’ of experience in financial protection.

If you’d like to find out about how you can protect you and your loved ones financially, get in touch with us on 01621 842 808

TAX TREATMENT IS BASED ON INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN THE FUTURE. (Line Space) THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY DOES NOT REGULATE INHERITANCE TAX PLANNING