Structuring the most effective Income protection

Income protection should align with your earned income, any additional household income and savings. 

Here is our guide to understanding the elements of Income protection:

  • Benefit – the amount you need to be paid to you each month to help cover your monthly costs (capped at 60% of your gross income)
  • Defer period – considering your sick pay and how much savings you have, after how long will you require the benefit to be paid out  
  • Benefit period – the amount of time you will receive the benefit for 
  • Term – the duration of the policy for which you are covered 

We will go through your circumstances with you and ensure that:

  • Your benefit is relevant and satisfactory – does not exceed 60% of your gross income per month
  • The policy pays out after you have stopped receiving sick pay, weight of bills wears thin on household income remaining and length of time savings would last 
  • You have a benefit that will pay out for a reasonable period of time so that you are not over insured

Income protection policies should pay out when you have been signed off work due to accident or sickness by your GP. 

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