Should we take out income protection & private health care ?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Insurance & Life Assurance
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Insurance & Life Assurance
Hubby has recently been made redundant. We have paid off all our debts (excl mortgage).He now has a new job (£85k) but there is no sickness benefit other that SSP.
My thoughts are to get income protection (accident & sickness cover) and possibly private health care for hubby.

Do both of those sound like the best senario based on his situation ?

Thanks in advance

Kelly
Born and bred in Manchester (proud of it)
Now living on the other side of the Pennines

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  • Both are fair enough options, you may want to consider PHI but its difficult to recommend anything as the rest of your circumstances are not clear (eg children, income, mortgage remaining, your own situation, any other properties, your health history, savings, plans etc).
  • csgohan4csgohan4 Forumite
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    If you can afford it, go for Income protection critical illness and Life insurance if you have children. Health insurance is a bonus.
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