Ruth Gilbert considers how the new Statutory Instrument affects financial advisers
Bereaved families dealing with the loss of a loved one have had a see-saw of ups and downs as regards costs, admin and payouts when dealing with the aftermath of a death in recent years. But apart from helping to identify life insurance shortfalls, the relevance for financial advisers of this long list so far has been not much more than background awareness: Rising funeral costs, cuts in bereavement benefits, and tussles over pensions or benefits payout rights (or non-rights) for bereaved co-habitants;...
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