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Shareholder Protection

Life insurance benefits can provide certainty for those in the business, regarding future ownership of the business on the death, serious disablement or trauma of a partner or shareholder.

Includes ensuring that future control of the business stays with those in the business.
 
When death, disability or trauma force change on the ownership structure of your business, cash reserves and assets could be jeopardised.
 
Five types of risk events:

  1. Health problems requiring hospitalisation.
  2. Being unable to work for several weeks or months.
  3. Suffering a trauma (illness or accident).
  4. Being unable to work again.
  5. Premature death.

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