IPTF launches new Seven Families campaign

Among other initiatives

Adam Saville
clock • 3 min read

Two short summary videos released by industry body to relaunch campaign

Last year we reported on Income Protection Task Force (IPTF) plans to reignite the Seven Families campaign. The original project, which officially ended in July 2016, was a charity-led campaign (Disability Rights UK) which paid a tax-free income for one year to seven people who had lost their income due to illness, injury or disability. Titled ‘Do you remember… Seven Families?', the new campaign, aimed at advisers and available for anyone to use freely, will see a number of short, new videos throughout the year using footage of the original families to highlight important topics such ...

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