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Standard LIfe – Income Protection Plan

Standard LIfe

Income Protection Plan

Type: Individual income protection plan

Minimum benefit/minimum premium: No minimum/£5 a month or £50 a year

Maximum benefit: 50% of earnings or £125,000 a year

Minimum-maximum ages: 19-60

Minimum term: Five years

Deferred period: Four, eight, 13, 26 or 52 weeks

Definition of disability: Own occupation or any occupation

Options: Guaranteed or reviewable rates, payment protection cover, escalating or non-escalating option

Commission: 140% of Lautro

Tel: 0845 6060002


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