The Dentists' & General Mutual Benefit Society
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The Dentists' and General Mutual Benefit Society (D&G) is a friendly society based in Birmingham that since 1927 has specialised solely in income protection insurance for professional business people in the United Kingdom. Owned entirely by its members, the D&G's profits are shared between members as a tax-free cash lump sum at the end of each policy or on earlier death. Members also receive a lump sum bonus on retirement.
Monthly fees (which are low due to the mutual nature of the society) are based upon age, gender and the level of income protection insurance cover required (between £60 and £1200 per week).
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