why we ALL need insurance
We spend much of our lives planning for good things. To live in a home we love, to continue working until we choose to stop or enjoy a long and happy retirement.
Sadly, these are not always possible, and it’s important that your financial plan provides contingencies for things not going to plan.
That includes you:
- Not being able to work or having unexpected changes at work
- Becoming ill and not being able to provide for your family
- Protecting your family from the “unknown”
These aren’t particularly pleasant thoughts, but we can help ensure that you and your family are protected either way.
Our Insurance Review
Our advisers will ask you to share details of any insurance policies you might have such as:
- Life Insurance
- Critical Illness
- Income Protection
The outcome will allow us to suggest whether you have the best insurance for your needs, whether it’s costing you too much and what we could do to give you more certainty and better value.
If you would like our help tuning that feedback into a new insurance plan, we will happily take-on the hard work for you.
We’ll also organise regular reviews of your arrangements to ensure that they stay up to date with your circumstances and that you are also getting the best insurance deals possible.
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