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Lincoln places Financial Foundations on Webline

Lincoln Financial Group has announced that the life and income protection parts of Financial Foundations are now available on Webline.

Financial Foundations is the Lincoln’s menu-based protection proposition.

The product is already available to advisers through The Exchange and its IFA extranet.

Financial Foundations offers a combination of benefits under one wrapper. The product menu comprises life cover, CI cover, permanent disability cover, elderly care cover, IP and waiver of premium.

Financial Foundations can also offer clients an inheritance tax planning solution.

Lincoln Financial Group head of strategic partnerships Ian Noble says: “Our Financial Foundations product gives IFAs and their clients an efficient and easy to administer multi-benefit protection plan that is market-leading, efficient and affordable. Webline is growing fast and with its inclusion of Financial Foundations, its success will strengthen our own distribution network.”


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