The coronavirus pandemic and its massive impact on daily life has sparked renewed interest in life insurance after five years of falling sales, according to Salisbury House Wealth.
The advice firm said sales of life insurance policies were down 26% in the last five years but interest in the product had risen since Covid-19 struck the UK in March this year. It said Financial Conduct...
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