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Seven out of ten mothers rank family financial security among their top priorities but few are taking out protection cover or talking about the impact of their death, according to a study by Aegon.
Six million homes, half of all mortgaged residential property in the UK, could be at risk because the owners are not covered by any form of protection insurance, according to research from life and pensions provider Friends Life.
A retired IFA currently battling an Ombudsman payment protection insurance claim dating from the 1980s says the lack of a complaints long-stop for advisers is “crazily unfair” and is pushing his MP to intervene.
Paul Evans, the group CEO of Axa UK, has been nominated to replace outgoing Association of British Insurers (ABI) chairman Tidjane Thiam.
Professional Adviser's resident Armchair critic has nothing but praise for the Income Protection Task Force's Seven Families initiative, but can advisers take advantage?
Almost two thirds of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are at risk of a "severe impact" on their business by having no protection insurance for their owners and key employees, Zurich has warned.
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