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If you value it – protect it

12 December 2019

Choosing the right type of protection and level of cover for you and your family, is crucial. You may be confident with the terminology and know the differences between life insurance, critical illness cover, income protection and home insurance, but it’s sometimes tricky to tell, especially when they’re all wrapped up in the blanket term ‘protection’.

Don’t let the jargon put you off

Regard protection insurance as something that safeguards everything that is important in your world: your health, your life, your home and your job. If you have a partner or dependants, these are obviously a top priority too. Having the confidence to know that everything you hold dear is protected is a good place to be.

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We can help you understand the value of each type of insurance protection and find affordable cover, so you can rest assured you are selecting suitable policies to secure your financial future.

This material is for information purposes only and does not constitute a sales offer or financial advice. Before taking out any insurance or any other financial product, you must obtain individual advice regarding your requirements and general policy conditions. The presented information & data are valid at the time of publishing.

Source: Quilter Financial Planning – Essentially Mortgages Q4 2019

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