INTO Salary Protection Offers

INTO Salary Protection Scheme Special Offers!

1) 9 Months FREE Salary Protection for New INTO Members

Offer Details:

  • To avail of FREE Scheme membership for 9 consecutive months (from the 1st of the month following the date you are accepted as a Scheme member), you must: - have opted into this offer when joining the INTO and - fulfil the eligibility criteria in Section 1 of the standard application form and - apply to join the Scheme within 3 months of receiving your welcome communication from Cornmarket.
  • If you are eligible for the Free Offer, your Scheme premiums will commence 9 months from the date that you are accepted into the Scheme
  • This offer is not available to existing members of any Salary/Income Continuance Scheme administered by Cornmarket
  • This offer cannot be claimed in conjunction with any other offer (e.g. Rewards/Free Period). If you are eligible for more than one offer, the offer with the longest free period will apply
  • All other standard terms, conditions & exclusions as outlined in the Scheme Summary Booklet apply.

2) 6 Months FREE Salary Protection for Members Under Age 40! Deadline 31st December 2021

Offer Details:

  • Offer available to eligible members of the INTO under age 40, who are applying to join the scheme for the first time (offer is not available to existing or past members of any Salary/Income Protection Scheme administered by Cornmarket)
  • You must fulfil the eligibility criteria of the scheme in Section 1 of the standard application form and apply to join between 19th July and 31st December 2021
  • Premiums will commence 6 months after the date you are accepted into the scheme and cover commences
  • This offer cannot be claimed in conjunction with any other offer (e.g. Rewards/Free Period)
  • If you are eligible for more than one offer, the offer with the longest free period will apply
  • Terms, conditions & exclusions apply.

This Scheme is underwritten by Irish Life Assurance plc.

Irish Life Assurance plc is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland