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Income Protection - what you need to know

Podcast | Income Protection – what you need to know about the October changes

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Income Protection Insurance plays a pivotal role in insuring your greatest asset – your ability to earn an income.

However there are industry-wide changes coming to the Income Protection market that will increase the complexity of comparing the features and benefits of income protection policies moving forward. The initial phase of changes was introduced back in April 2020 with the most significant changes being introduced by this October.

This podcast will provide answers on the following:

  • What is Income Protection and why is it so important?
  • Why do Income Protection premiums continue to rise?
  • What are the changes to Income Protection and how will doctors be impacted?
  • When are the changes occuring?
  • What should you do before the changes come into full effect?

If you have more questions or wish to talk to one of our Insurance Consultants about income protection or what the upcoming changes mean for you, click here to book a no-obligation free initial consultation.

We do hope you enjoy this podcast but please remember that the information discussed here is of a general nature and is not intended to serve as advice. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of DPM, not PodMD. This information has been provided by DPMFS AFSL number 239690 and is general in nature so it may not be right for your personal circumstances
DPM Financial Services recommends you obtain advice concerning specific matters before making a decision.

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