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According to warnings from advisers, it is possible for families to be at risk if proper income protection is not provided.

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IFAs believe there is a growing threat of people not having life insurance and critical illness cover because fewer intermediaries are selling it.

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Nearly three quarters of IFAS believe there is a growing threat of people failing to have enough life insurance and critical illness cover because fewer intermediaries are selling it. Read more ...

Many of us realise that we should have life insurance, yet far too few actually take the plunge and invest in a policy. This could be a big mistake, as failing to have sufficient protection could put your family's finances in jeopardy should the worse happen. Read more ...

Based on research, less than one in 10 people in the UK have any insurance in place to take care of critical illness, and over one third of this population acknowledge they would need to make use of their saving if they or their partner should have problems that prevent them from working. Read more ...

A new protection adviser has launched aiming to target small and medium sized enterprises.

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A question was asked in the October 2015 AFS exam as regards how a company can put a life cover in place for the benefit of the family of its employee. Read more ...

Relevant life cover can be regarded as a death in service plan. This plan is put in place to make sure a sum of money is provided to the loved ones or family of an insured in case the person dies while in service for a company.

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Every individual wants to have the assurance of how well their loved ones and family will be taken care of after they must have died; however, what does a Relevant Life Policy mean and what are the differences between it and other kinds of Life cover plans?

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It refers to putting personal life cover under the expenses of company. Assuming that your life cover is presently being paid from your bank account, you are making the payment from your take-home salary and if it is paid from the account of

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  • Life Insurance

    The most common form of protection, ordinary term life cover pays a lump sum to your family if you die within a certain time-frame. Most policies will also pay-out if you’re diagnosed with a terminal illness and have less than twelve months to live

  • Critical Illness Cover

    Critical Illness Cover provides a cash lump sum if you suffer from a range of serious conditions within a set time-frame. The money is normally used to pay the bills and provide financial security while you’re on the road back to health

  • Income Protection

    If something serious happens to stop you working - for months, years, or even for life – you’ll want to know you have financial security and that the bills are paid. Income Protection gives you just that, paying a percentage of your income all the time you’re unable to work.

  • Private Health Insurance

    The NHS is groaning under the weight of the UK obesity crisis and newer, more effective medical treatments for a range of illnesses often aren’t available. Private medical cover makes ‘going private’ much more affordable – giving you access to more treatments, shorter waiting lists, and first-class care.

  • Relevant Life Cover

    Most company directors are savvy enough to have life insurance, but very few realise they can save up to 53% by taking advantage of a Relevant Life plan.

  • Group Life & Health

    Group Life and / or Health Cover is the most cost-effective way to provide peace of mind and financial security for the families of your employees.

  • Key Man Cover

    Key Person Insurance - often called Key Man Cover - is an insurance policy bought and owned by a business to protect its own interests. Cover is provided in the event that an important staff member is suddenly unable to work through critical illness and/or death.

  • Shareholder Protection

    Shareholder Protection Insurance is designed to give you peace of mind in the event that a shareholder in a Limited Liability Company, a member of a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), or a partner in a partnership dies or is diagnosed as critically ill.

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