Nine in 10 do not have income protection, says the Cost of Resilience Report
According to research by Zurich, more than half of UK adults (53%) have had to take unplanned leave from work through injury, sickness or unemployment, yet do not have financial backing in case it happens again. The Cost of Resilience report, a survey of 2059 adults, also found that it is likely that one in eight (13%) would have to sell their family home because of sickness or injury, while over a quarter (26%) would have to sell their possessions and one in seven (14%) would have to find a cheaper...
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CII's Melissa Collett, Johnny Timpson of Scottish Widows and RedArc's Christine Husbands discuss meeting the needs of vulnerable customers with COVER editor
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All AFM members meet exemption threshold