Replace part of your income
if you can’t work due to injury
Download our free guide on income protection insurance
in Wagga Wagga, Australia
Do you need Income Protection insurance?
You may want to consider Income Protection insurance if you:
- have a partner, family or dependents
- have a mortgage or any other personal debt
- have a business or self employed
- would need money to live if you were unable to work
- don’t have adequate savings to cover unexpected expenses.
Your ability to earn an income is one of your greatest assets, so it makes sense to protect it. That’s where Income Protection insurance can help.
Income insurance protection Wagga Wagga Australia – one of the best ways to keep you financially stable when you’re unable to work due to illness or injury for an extended period of time.
Income Protection insurance helps to protect you and your family by paying up to 75% of your income if you’re unable to work. This can help cover your living expenses, such as your mortgage, school fees and car repayments.
By providing you with a monthly payment, Income Protection Insurance Wagga Wagga Australia allows you to focus on your recovery.
Easdowns Financial Services provides this free guide for your reference to help you consider your current financial situation, as well as the areas our advisers can assist you with in regards to your insurance needs. The intention of the free guide on Income Protection Insurance Wagga Wagga Australia is to get you thinking about where you are at now, where you would like to be in the future as well as protecting you and your family while you get there, and beyond. All you need to do is fill in the fields to the right. Afterwards, a download link will be provided.
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