Our guides give you the facts so you can make an informed choice when you compare income protection insurance policies and providers.
Learn more about the basics of income protection, including what it covers, why you might need it and the factors affecting your premium.
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Get the answers to FAQs, then compare quotes to find the right deal for you.
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Loan protection insurance is a form of income protection that could cover your monthly loan repayments if you're unable to work due to an accident, sickness or unemployment.
Learn what a long-term policy does and doesn't cover and whether you may need to consider it.
Mortgage payment protection insurance (MPPI) is a form of income protection designed to pay an amount equivalent to your monthly mortgage repayments should you be unable to work due to an accident, sickness or unemployment.
Payment Protection Insurance is a form of income protection that covers monthly loan and/or minimum credit card repayments if you're unable to work for a limited period of time due to an accident, sickness or unemployment.
Learn what short-term policies do and don't cover and whether you may need protection for accident, sickness and/or unemployment.
Unemployment insurance - also known as redundancy insurance - is a form of income protection that provides cover should you find yourself out of work, offering payouts for a predetermined period.
Critical illness cover is often confused with income protection, but there are important differences to be aware of.
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