What loss of income, increased living costs and lack of employer and state support meant for 26-year-old
UK news giant, the Daily Mail, published an article yesterday with the headline, ‘Is critical illness and income protection worth paying for?'. Freelance journalist, Georgie Frost, talks about the tough financial reality she had to face back in 2008 after suffering a life-changing back injury, and how a protection policy ‘could have helped soften the blow'. Frost tells her story in the Mail Online article, explaining how an unexpected injury at the young age of 26 left her unable to work for...
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