Half of co-habitating Britons do not have any life insurance and many could not afford a funeral if their partner or spouse died, new research has found.
It also revealed two thirds (66%) do not have a will and that despite not financially planning for the worst many have joint commitments together such as mortgages. The survey of 2000 married or co-habiting...
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