Carl Lamb: Pandemic shines spotlight on protection

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Carl Lamb: "Protection always used to be one of the minor players lurking on the edges of the pinancial planning stage, but - post-Covid - it's beginning to move into the centre stage spotlight."
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Carl Lamb: "Protection always used to be one of the minor players lurking on the edges of the pinancial planning stage, but - post-Covid - it's beginning to move into the centre stage spotlight."

The pandemic has put protection centre stage for clients looking to safeguard their financial futures, writes Carl Lamb, but how much is too much? Advisers are best placed to answer that question, he writes

Protection always used to be one of the minor players lurking on the edges of the financial planning stage, but - post-Covid it's beginning to move into the centre stage spotlight. The pandemic has...

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