Redundancy Cover - Financial protection against redundancy & unemployment

Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance

Mortgage payment protection insurance is very similar to redundancy/Unemployment Insurance or asu cover but it is directly linked to your mortgage / rent so that your repayments will continue to be paid should you be made involuntary redundant or unemployed (optional accident & sickness available).

This insurance policy will pay up to 150% of your mortgage or rent repayments and again will run for 1-2 years dependent upon your policy and the insurance provider.

This is a great policy to help ensure you can keep a roof over your head should you temporarily be unable to work due to accident, sickness or redundancy.

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Please note that with our online quotes for redundancy cover and mppi you have the option of insuring yourself against Accident Sickness & Redundancy, just accident & sickness or just stand alone Redundancy Insurance.

You can also choose to directly link your insurance policy to your Mortgage, Rent, Loans or General Income.

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