With one in five parents taking over 12 months unpaid leave to care for their child during cancer treatment, Aviva's Mark Cracknell believes advisers can help families understand the impact that childhood sickness may have on family finances.
Most parents have had those days when they can't go into work as their child has woken up with a 40 degree fever, or they get a call from nursery 30 minutes into an important conference call to come and collect their child and not return them for 48 hours, following a sickness ‘episode'. Well what if a child's sickness meant that a parent had to take 12 months off work, unpaid, to care for them? Could they survive financially and could they afford all the extra costs associated with serious...
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