Don’t procrastinate with your protection

In a nation of procrastinators, the semi-organised person rules.

If you’ve been avoiding your to-do list, you’re not alone: 84%* of us are affected by procrastination in some way.

One task you should stop kicking down the road is sorting out your protection. That’s because it’s essential to plan ahead: if you wait until you need life insurance, it’ll be too late!

As the clocks go back and longer nights draw in, now’s the perfect time to get on top of your finances. Since age is a key factor used by insurers when determining your risk, it makes financial sense to get sorted sooner rather than later.

Life insurance should be a key component of your wider financial plan. Don’t leave it too late to get vital protection in place.

Moving home? Contact us for an informal discussion about your protection needs today.

As with all insurance policies, conditions and exclusions will apply

*Micro Biz Mag, 2020

23 December, 2021

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