People living with HIV continue to face barriers to accessing both protection and general insurance, despite improvements in availability over the past decade, a major new report from the National AIDS Trust (NAT) has found.
One in four (25%) people living with HIV have been refused a financial product or quoted an unaffordable premium in the last five years, the report revealed. Many insurance products, such as income...
Worth 'up to £2bn'
‘Complexities of NHS pension scheme’
'Typical' £1,755 referral fee
Programme launched in 2017