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Critical Illness

Key benefits:

  • A tax-free lump sum payable if you are diagnosed with a pre-defined condition
  • We will select the most suitable plan and cover for you from a range of carefully selected providers
  • Wide range of critical illnesses covered
  • Option for joint cover with your spouse/partner is available
Summary

Prepare yourself for the unexpected

It’s easy to think that you will never be diagnosed with a critical illness, particularly when we feel healthy and energetic but you can fall ill with very little warning. 

A critical illness can have a serious impact not only on your life, but also on the lives of your children and spouse/partner. So it’s important to make sure that you financially protect yourself and your family.

Critical illness cover is designed to pay out a tax-free, one-off lump sum on a diagnosis of one of a range of critical illnesses covered by the policy such as cancer, heart attack and stroke.

It’s entirely up to you how you choose to spend the money but you could use it to pay off your mortgage or other debts, maybe a holiday to help you recuperate or for home modifications, such as building ramps or widening doorways for wheelchair access. Knowing you don’t have to worry about your financial commitments, if you’re unable to work, can give you peace of mind.   

Wesleyan offers critical illness cover from a range of carefully selected providers and with our Financial Consultants’ expertise and knowledge, we can help find the right cover for you at the best price.

Further information

Please note that critical illness is not a savings or investment product, therefore it has no cash-in value.   

Before you apply for a critical illness policy through Wesleyan, please do read through the Key Features Document, provided by your Financial Consultant.

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