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Goodfellows – Safetyfirst

Type:
Accident, sickness and unemployment insurance

Maximum benefit:
£1,000 a month or 50% of gross monthly income

Benefit payment term:
12 months

Deferred period:
30 days

Premium:
£3.50 per £100 for unemployment cover,
£3.50 per £100 for incapacity cover,
£5.50 per £100 for unemployment and incapacity cover

Commission:
Initial 20%

Tel: 0870 2403946

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