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Income replacement plans for Professional Rugby players

Plans for Professional Rugby Players

Wiltshire Friendly has an income protection plan designed specifically to meet the needs of a professional Rugby player.

The plan has been continuously available since launch at the start of 2011 and over that time the Society has developed its Rugby experience, working with players in arranging their cover and in managing their claim when they are injured.

We believe that a player should have all the facts available to them when making their decision as to the suitability of the plan. That's why we have only one policy guide, with all the information clearly explained. 

For more information please select the plan type below that relates to the age you will be when you take out a plan.

For players aged 32 and below

Full details are included in the Policy Summary and Guide.

If you would like to speak to an Adviser to discuss your specific requirements, please complete the enquiry form below.

For players above the age of 32

We are able to provide an adapted version of our standard individual plan that can meet the needs of professional players above the age of 32. If you are interested in finding out more about this, please complete the enquiry form below.

Plans for Semi Professional Rugby Players

Wiltshire Friendly recognises that some players may play Rugby semi professionally whilst also having a different profession or job that is their main source of income. We can also provide an adapted version of our standard individual plan to meet the needs of semi professional players.

If you would like to speak to an Adviser to discuss your specific requirements please complete the enquiry form below.



   





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Wiltshire Friendly Society Limited Holloway House Epsom Square White Horse Business Park Trowbridge Wiltshire BA14 0XG

Phone: 01225 752120   Email: info@wiltshirefriendly.com

Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority