Insurance and protection planning
Nobody knows what will happen in the future. An illness or unanticipated change in employment status could impact your earnings – and the financial commitments you have. Putting the right insurance and protection in place can provide peace of mind and security for any unexpected life events.
Understanding the right level of insurance cover required to suit you and your family can be complex. Getting the right solution at the right price is crucial. Nobody wants to pay more than necessary. Equally you don’t want to be left high and dry if your insurance doesn’t provide the right level of cover.
How do we help?
If you’re looking to arrange protection we can find the best possible products for your needs. Alternatively, if you already have protection in place we can review your insurance cover and potentially reduce the amount you’re paying. We cover:
- Life insurance:
Protects your family or dependents financially in the event of your death.
- Critical illness cover:
Every year 1m UK workers unexpectedly find themselves unable to work because of injury or illness. If the worst should happen this insurance pays out a lump sum.
- Income protection:
Replaces part of your income if you have to stop work due to illness or disability.
- Private medical insurance:
Designed to cover treatment for curable, short-term illness or injury.
- Mortgage insurance:
Covers the cost of your mortgage if you become incapable of working.
Independent, unbiased and great value
As independent financial advisers, we are able to look at protection products across the whole of the market. We’re not tied to any one provider so we’re able to truly ensure you get the best solution for your needs at the best possible price.
Low costs, now and forever
We’ve designed our business to make sure you pay as little as possible for our services.You can read about our fees promise here.
We’re also offering £100 in Amazon vouchers for qualifying clients who undertake a full financial review with one of our advisers. There’s no obligation to proceed with the advice. You can read the terms and conditions here.