The effects of death, long-term sickness or redundancy can often be disasterous in terms of a family’s financial position, which is why for hundreds of years, insurance companies have provided policies to minimise these issues.

Protection insurance is the foundation of anyone’s financial plan, as it helps to protect both income and assets in the event of such an event happening.

Depending on a client’s age and health, most insurances are relatively inexpensive when you consider the benefits covered and can often be put in place relatively easily.

At Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd , we offer specific advice and recommendations on protection insurance via a range of insurers.


Your home is probably your most valuable asset. Mortgage protection plans are designed to protect the payment of your mortgage and enable you to keep your home when the unforeseen happens.

There are various types of plans available to suit everyone’s individual needs.

Single life or joint life policies are available on either a level term basis (normally linked to an interest-only mortgage) or decreasing term assurance (normally linked to a repayment mortgage).

In the event of death, a lump sum is provided that repays the mortgage, leaving the property debt-free.


Life insurance is one of the most important things you can do to take care of your family and loved ones.

If you die without life insurance, your home could be repossessed and your family could suffer serious financial hardship.

Life insurance can be set up in many different ways and it’s important to get the right advice for your needs and circumstances.

Beware of cheap life cover and price comparison websites. Unless you have impartial financial advice you could end up with the wrong type of cover or not enough cover and could also be paying too much.

It is important to put your life cover into a trust. This means that the benefits of your policy are given to specific people you nominate, known as your beneficiaries. The advantage of this is a policy validly placed in trust may mitigate the effects of inheritance tax.

Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd do not provide tax advice

At Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd, we have many years of experience in this area and can tailor plans to your personal needs, thus giving you peace of mind and confidence you are in the right hands and, most importantly, that your family and home are fully protected in the event of your death.


Deciding which type of family protection is right for you depends on your personal situation and circumstances, and can often change many times during your lifetime.

Cover can be arranged on a single or joint basis and by putting your plan into a trust, the proceeds are paid tax efficiently and quickly.

At Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd, we have access to a range of insurers, which means you can be sure of the most appropriate protection available at a very competitive price.

It is so important to speak to an adviser for trusted advice. All our advisers are fully qualified and have a wealth of expertise in this area.


A whole of life plan is designed to give cover for the whole of your life, unlike term assurance which only pays if you die within the policy term.

Whole of life cover is more expensive than other types of life insurance as it is guaranteed to pay the sum assured.

The monthly premiums are invested by the plan provider into a life fund.

The amount it will pay out will depend on the terms and conditions of your individual plan.

This is a specialist area where advice is important, at Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd, we have fully qualified advisers to help you plan and prepare for your future.

Normally used for family protection reasons, but rather than having a pre-determined expiry date, it pays out irrespective of the client’s age, making the cover more expensive than term assurance.

This type of cover is often used to cover potential inheritance tax liabilities.

Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd do not provide tax advice.


This type of plan is designed to replace missed income from a parent or guardian in the event of death.

Especially important to families with dependent children should the main breadwinner die.

Income can be paid monthly, quarterly or annually and is paid tax-free.

This is often one of the cheapest ways to protect your loved ones and ensure their quality of life can continue without you.


Where a company or business has built up a capital value, it is important that should a director or partner die, then the value of his or her share is passed onto their family and the remaining shareholders retain operational control of the business.

By the use of life insurance and cross-option agreements, it is possible to put such an arrangement in place relatively easily and cost effectively.


This type of plan is designed to replace your income in the event of an accident or sickness that results in you not being able to work.

Many companies do not pay their employees should they be absent from work for long periods due to sickness and the employee is therefore reliant on State Statutory Sick Pay.

Income protection, or personal health insurance provides cover in such circumstances, providing a regular income for a fixed term or until the client returns to work, retires or dies.

This cover is taken out on a single life basis only and cover is linked to current earnings.


Redundancy can happen to anyone, especially in times of economic uncertainty, and this type of cover can be difficult to arrange with many insurers placing restrictions on the cover offered.

Government legislation is constantly changing and although you may qualify for some government benefits, these will often be minimal amounts and could result in a shortfall with your mortgage lender.

In essence, it is a policy linked to a mortgage and is designed to pay the monthly mortgage payments in the event of accident, sickness or unemployment. 

There are other providers of payment protection insurance, also known as short term income protection, and other products designed to protect you against loss of income. 

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Whether you’re a landlord or an owner-occupier, buildings insurance isn’t compulsory under the law. However, if you have a mortgage, then insurance will usually be a requirement of your mortgage lender.

Contents insurance is normally incorporated into the same plan, although it can be taken out in isolation.

A simple and relatively inexpensive type of insurance which is reviewed annually can be paid for either monthly or annually in advance.


This type of cover is taken out by a company and is designed to protect your business against the financial loss of a key person.

The lump sum generated is paid to the company to help cover the costs of replacing such a key individual or recovering lost profits due to the loss of the individual.

This is especially important for all businesses no matter the size. The death of a key person can be disastrous, whether you are a limited company, partnership or sole trader.


This cover pays out a lump sum in the event of a client being diagnosed with a ‘critical illness’.

Terms and conditions differ from insurer to insurer. However, most policies cover illnesses such as cancer, heart attack, multiple sclerosis, major organ transplant and other major or terminal illnesses.

The lump sum provided can be used to pay off a mortgage or other debts, pay for medical care, recover lost income or simply to let the client and their family realise some lifetime goals at a time of such adversity.

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it. There will be a fee for mortgage advice. The precise amount will depend upon your circumstances; however, the maximum fee will not exceed the greater of £1500 or 1% of the loan amount.

Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd is an appointed representative of HL Partnership Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Bragagnini Associates Mortgage Solutions Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales with company number 06681315. Registered Office: 3rd Floor, 70 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0HR

The information contained within this website is subject to the UK regulatory regime and is therefore targeted at consumers based in the UK.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of Buy to Lets.

Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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