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Income Protection Insurance

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This insurance policy is also used to protect your income but differs from redundancy cover in that it will usually only pay you 50% - 65% of your usual gross monthly income.

Unlike redundancy cover which will pay you for 1-2 years dependent upon your policy, income protection insurance will pay you until you are fit and able to return to work or should you reach your retirement age dependent upon which happens first(up to a maximum of 10 years).

Please note that income protection insurance will only cover you against injury & disability and will not cover you against redundancy or unemployment.

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Income protection insurance is very much regarded as a longer term insurance policy when compared with Redundancy Insurance but as stated before, it will not cover you should you be made redundant by your employer or become unemployed.

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