Personal Income Protection Plan

  • Benefits are payable if illness or injury means you cannot work 
    in your occupation
  • Flexible options which enable you to adapt your income protection plan as your needs change
  • Options to suspend cover whilst taking a break from your career
  • Cover available up to age 70

 You protect yourself. So why not your income?

Could you continue to cover your basic day-to-day living costs, household bills, rent or mortgage repayments if you unexpectedly suffered an illness or injury that prevented you from working?  You may be entitled to sick pay and other benefits, however, these may only support you for a short period of time.

You might think this may not happen to you and of course we hope it doesn't, but it's important to recognise that no one is immune to the risk of illness and injuries.

A Wesleyan Personal Income Protection Plan can provide you with a tax-free income to replace some of your earnings, should you become ill or have an injury that stops you from working. This could help you pay bills and cover other expenses like your mortgage payments.


Income protection can help safeguard you and your family against an unexpected loss of income so you have one less thing to worry about, leaving you to focus on your recovery.  The plan will continue to support you until you are well enough to return to work, or until you reach the selected plan end age.

Visit our Income Protection Digital Centre for useful articles, case studies and tools.

For further information about Income Protection for Teachers, please follow the link.

Watch Deepa's story

Watch Deepa's story

Deepa, a Child Psychiatrist took out a Personal Income Protection Plan in 1993, the day she qualified as a doctor.
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