Half the life insurance claims received by Scottish Provident last year were made for those under 55 years old, the insurer has revealed.
It noted that the average age of claimant was 56 and that it paid out almost £42m in benefits to bereaved families. Scottish Provident said the data served as a reminder for adults of all ages to look...
Via The Exchange
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