Advisers promoting IP but conversion rates remain low - IPTF

IPTF adviser survey

John Brazier
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Advisers promoting IP but conversion rates remain low - IPTF
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Advisers promoting IP but conversion rates remain low - IPTF

Advisers are struggling to turn conversations around income protection into sales, according to a survey from the Income Protection Taskforce (IPTF).

The survey found that more than half of adviser respondents (57%) said that they recommended income protection (IP) to at least 70% of clients, with around one-in-five (19%) making a recommendation...

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