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20
OCT
2016

The Rough Guide to Business Protection

With a majority of business owners focused on the day to day running of their business and its profitability, few take the time to understand the potential risks they could face should an owner/key employee die of suffer a critical illness. That’s why Legal & General...
12
JAN
2016

10 Things You Absolutely Need To Know About Life Insurance

Some good information and advice in this article. Read more…  
05
JAN
2016

Newsletter – January 2016

January newsletter is now available. Click here… To subscribe for future issues, click here…
03
JAN
2016

Income Protection Statistics

This information, provided by Friends Life, places into focus the reasons why income protection insurance should not be ignored.
03
JAN
2016

Critical Illness Statistics

These statistics, produced by Friends Life, place into focus the key reasons why critical illness insurance should not be ignored.
02
JAN
2016

How long can the average family survive without the main breadwinner’s income?

L&G’s latest 2014 research shows that without an income, people in the UK have on average just 29 days to the breadline. KEY FINDINGS AT A GLANCE The infographic above gives a quick overview of some of the key findings which include: 29 days – Average UK household...
02
JAN
2016

What is the value of a parent?

Legal & General has been researching the value of a parent for over 30 years. Parents may tend to take their wages into account when deciding on a level of cover, but they often don’t consider the unpaid domestic work they do. L&G’s research puts an average...
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