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The information below shows how your income might fall if you couldn't work. Is the shortfall bigger than you first thought?

Maximum monthly cover that can be applied for - **

**The maximum monthly amount of cover relates to LV= Income Protection only. It does not take into account any other payments from any other accident or sickness policies which would be deducted from the maximum monthly cover that would be paid in the event of a claim

Potential state benefits during illness

Weeks Weekly Benefit
Statutory Sick Pay 28
Assessment Phase ESA * 13
Basic Allowance ESA * N/A
Work related additional ESA * N/A

* Employment & Support Allowance (ESA). Assessment phase ESAs: over 25's, under 25's.

These figures are for guidance only and should not be considered as advice. They may not reflect your personal circumstances.

We've assumed you're employed and paying income tax and National Insurance contributions. We haven't taken into account any other deductions that may be taken from your income.

These figures don't account for any state benefits you may receive or be entitled to receive (other than ESA), or any income tax due on your ESA payments.

These figures assume that you'll receive statutory sick pay for the first 28 weeks followed by the basic rate (single person) ESA for the 13 week assessment period, after which you'll receive the basic rate (single person) ESA for the work-related activity group.

Eligibility for ESA will depend on your personal circumstances, and may be different from that shown.

In some circumstances, the amount of cover payable under Income Protection will be reduced. Please read the product literature for full details. Tax treatment is based on our understanding of current HM Revenue & Customs practice, which can change.

From April 2013 a cap was introduced on the total amount of benefit that working age people can receive and it varies depending on whether you live in Greater London or not. A number of benefits count towards the benefit cap including Employment and Support Allowance (except where it is paid with the support component).The cap is: £384.62 a week (£442.31 a week in Greater London) for couples and lone parents and £257.69 a week (£296.35 a week in Greater London) for single adults. For more information visit: https://www.gov.uk/benefit-cap/benefit-cap-amounts

Find out what's at stake

 

When you're fit and healthy and feeling secure in your job, it's hard to imagine anything going wrong. But if it did, would you still get the level of income you (and your family) are used to?

 

This easy-to-use calculator shows you how much income you could lose if you couldn't work, and how much of your income you could protect with LV= Income Protection.

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Your gross annual salary*
Number of months employer pays full salary?*
(If unable to work due to sickness or accident)