Security conscious: Having cover to keep you safe as houses

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Security conscious: Having cover to keep you safe as houses

Accident, sickness and unemployment cover is not just a product of insurance, says Toni Smith

According to a report conducted by Scottish Widows, one in five (21%) households admit that they would not be able to survive financially if they unexpectedly lost their income due to long-term illness or unemployment. Despite acknowledging these hardships, many Brits continue to turn a blind eye when it comes to protection cover. One of the biggest issues brokers face is that people are focusing too much on prices and failing to recognise what really matters: the policy cover.  When...

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