Seven Families confirms project end date

Award-winning campaign coming to a close

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The Seven Families project, designed to demonstrate the real-life benefits of income protection, will come to an end on 31 July.

The charity-led 'Seven Families' initiative, organised by the Income Protection Task Force (IPTF) and backed by almost 20 insurance providers, started in November 2014 and saw seven uninsured people who have lost their income because of a serious or long-term illness or disability given a tax-free income for one year. The successful project will come to an end this summer, campaign spokesman Peter Le Beau confirmed. This date coincides with the last payment to the seventh family. Seven Families will then carry out consumer and industry research to gauge the impact of the project. L...

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