Plan Protection

Cost should rarely be the overriding factor in considering a suitable protection plan for your requirements. Whilst cost is an extremely important factor, the features and benefits of a plan are equally important. We will recommend the product that is not only cost-effective but also offers favourable features and benefits to more fully complement your requirements.

At any stage of your life you will need different levels of protection and there is much more to be considered than whether or not you are likely to fall ill or die. You will need to strike a balance with all your other financial needs and objectives.

The Income Protection Task Force is a not-for-profit organisation whose objectives are to increase the awareness of the impact of illness and injury amongst the public, advisers, legislators and the media; to demonstrate how it can jeopardise the hopes and aspirations of individuals and their families and to show how such awful consequences can be avoided. There is a link below to their website which contains useful information about the impact that long-term illness could have on you and your family.

http://www.protectingmyincome.co.uk

“We can’t save lives, prevent crippling disease or keep our clients safe from harm but we can ensure that the lives of their families will be immeasurably improved by the cover that we can help them transact.”

Peter Le Beau, co-Editor - The Protection Review

“Protection is the core component of any financial plan. It does not matter if someone defers decisions on investment or retirement planning for a few months. Disability and death do not give notice. ”

Clive Waller, co-Founder - The Income Protection Task Force

Protection advice

Peter Chadborn discusses how
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M&S Money webchat

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Peter Chadborn on the panel for the Money Marketing Wired debate.
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