Almost half of UK households risk losing up to £25,000 a year should a female member aged 25 - 45 lose their income
It is estimated that 49% of households are at risk of losing as much as £25,000 a year or more (27%) should the woman of the house (aged 25-45) fall ill or die, research by Canada Life has revealed. Two thirds of this age group have children and 40% are paying back a mortgage, however 57% of the 1,000 UK women surveyed (aged 25 - 45) do not have protection in place. A further 35% do not own a home, therefore meaning it's likely that three quarters of women would be liable for rental costs....
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