Protection should never be considered one-dimensional, writes Tony Müdd, divisional director, development & technical consultancy for St. James’s Place Wealth Management
In my recent article within Cover I outlined my disappointment in a video into Financial Wellbeing that failed to discuss the cornerstone that protection plays in supporting this. There were several opportunities to bring protection into the discussions of what would be considered traditional triggers such as having a family or taking out a mortgage. Whilst triggers such as these are critical, it got me thinking about the more esoteric or unusual reasons for protection that people may not have...
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