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The Productivity Puzzle: Part one
Is adding more conditions in industry’s best interest?
More than 30 new conditions
EmployeeCare through group income protection
Research from Canada Life reveals
Unadvised can spend 50 hours on IHT admin
By having more women, more disabled people, more ethnic minorities in our workforces, the more we can make our narratives relevant
'Landmark' decision to overturn government's refusal of bereavement payment to Siobhan McLaughlin will have 'significant implications' for advisers
Paul Avis weighs up the differences between employer-led and personal income protection policies
Does the importance of early intervention and effective rehabilitation during absence outweigh the financial benefits of group income protection?
Individual life and life plus critical illness products now available on SolutionBuilder
155,000 long-standing policies worth £2.7bn from closed book of business sold to Scottish Friendly as Canada Life focuses on annuity market
Life insurance and life insurance plus critical illness cover now available through directly authorised protection proposition
48% of women aged 25-45 solely responsible for house finances and 57% of this age group do not have any cover
Long-term disability income increases following years of decline
People marrying later potentially more exposed to IHT and financial pitfalls
One in 50 expect to receive over £5m, research by Canada Life reveals
Canada Life's 'click-and-buy' process for individual protection is bringing life applications closer to those for motor and home insurance. We talk to Jon Ford, the firm's director of individual protection, about bridging the protection gap.
Cinema and retail discounts as well as news, helpline and wellbeing resources on offer to customers.
The Autumn Budget contained important small print that, depending on whether it gets its act together in 2018, writes Paul Avis, could end up proving a real concern or genuine opportunity for the group life assurance sector
Some 85% of employees are more likely to work for employers offering clearly labelled benefits, research from Canada Life has found.