Just 12% of carers have critical illness cover, survey finds
Carers - non-professional people looking after family or people who are sick, elderly or disabled - are not prepared financially for the issues that could arise if they fell ill or passed away, research from Scottish Widows has revealed. The survey of 5,022 UK adults found that fewer than three in 10 of those who look after family or community members have life insurance (28%), which equates to an estimatation of seven million people, while just 12% - approximately 1.2 million - have critical...
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