A new year can bring about new opportunities and changes. What are you going to change for 2014? How about safeguarding your family’s future?
You may already have some financial protectio
n in place, such as mortgage protection, but are you confident that it provides the cover you need today?
Have you thought about how your family would cope with all the other outgoings each month if you got seriously ill or died prematurely? Many people do not realise the financial impact that an unexpected serious illness, injury or premature death can have on a family. Yet the reality is many families in Ireland remain underinsured.
Did you know that, only one in three families in Ireland have life cover in addition to their mortgage protection contract and only one in five adults have critical illness cover.**
A financial advisor has the expertise to help you identify your protection needs. A family protection plan can be used to protect you and your family from the financial impact and uncertainty that comes with unexpected illness or death. From as little as €1 a day*, you may be able to put a financial protection plan in place to ensure you and your family would have the money needed if these unfortunate events should happen to you.
You can’t predict the future but you can plan for it. Make a new year resolution for 2014 to talk to Southeast Financial Services and make sure your family is protected.
You can contact us by phoning 053-9420899, e-mailing us at email@example.com or dropping in to see us at 6 Pugin Court, St Michaels Road, Gorey, Co. Wexford
*Source: New Ireland Assurance Company plc. €1 a day is based on a non-smoker, aged 34 years next birthday, insured for Life Cover of €200,000 with Accelerated Specified Illness Cover of €50,000 accepted at standard rates, for a term of 20 years. The premium quoted includes the Government levy (currently 1% of the premium amount). Terms and conditions apply. Benefits are subject to underwriting and acceptance by the life assurance company. ** New Ireland Market Research 2012
Philip Cullen t/a Southeast Financial Services Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.