Life & Health Protection
When we are discussing financial plans with our clients it often seems that Protection is not high on their priorities. We have all heard of the phrase ‘it will never happen to me’. However, at Stonehill we believe suitably structured protection polices are a fundamental part of the financial planning process for all clients.
Under Protection planning there is a vast array of product types and Providers and at least one of these will apply to all clients no matter what their specific circumstances. It is possible to protect against the impacts of premature death or illness. Illness protection can include protecting your income or providing a lump sum if you are diagnosed with a critical illness.
Your current employer may already provide benefits which protect your salary and possibly provide a lump sum following your death, however not all employers offer such benefits or where they do these benefits may not match your needs. It is also likely that were you to leave this employer you would lose the benefits, and they might not be replicated by your next employer. This is why we would review these plans with you to tailor a suitable level of cover to meet your specific needs.
At Stonehill we provide expert advice on:
Critical Illness Cover
Private Medical Insurance
Mark Thompson is our expert on all types of Life & Health Protection and Insurance and is always happy to have an initial no-strings conversation over the phone on 07393 968 194 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The guidance and advice contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is therefore primarily targeted at consumers based in the UK.
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