Protection: an idea to ease advisers' workload



Like it or not, when assessing the hours of work per case in relation to the remuneration, protection business is often less profitable than other lines of advice.

In fact, a frustrating anomaly of protection advice is the frequent inability to closely align the remuneration with the work because of the unknown health factors. For example; a £20 premium case could...

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