With the right planning, no loss should be too great for your business

Download our free guide on key person insurance in Wagga Wagga

Key person insurance can help reduce the impact of losing one of the key members of your business. This is typically the owner, a manager or supervisor — in other words, people whose sudden departure could cost the company dearly in terms of time, money, and resources. Key person insurance can keep your business running, even after one of your most crucial team member is away for an extended period of time. Key Person cover can be used to fund:

  • The loss of revenue the key person would have otherwise generated;
  • The additional costs associated with the recruitment and training of a replacement;
  • Repayment of debts outstanding at the time of the key person’s departure (particularly debts that are personally guaranteed); and/or
  • Replacement of lost goodwill due to the key person’s departure.

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 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.

It’s time to take initiative in securing not just the business you’ve worked so hard to build but also your and your family’s financial future. All you need to do is fill in the fields to the right. Afterwards, a download link will be provided.

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