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Such policies can be stand alone or taken out at the same time as other protection policies such as life insurance and critical illness cover.
Income protection can pay a monthly benefit in the event of being unable to work due to illness or accidental injury and there is a loss of earnings and until a recovery is made and/or there is a return to work.
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