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My calendar includes a number of critical illness awareness campaigns at the moment. March was focused on prostate cancer awareness, while this month is bowel cancer awareness month. You may recall that Monday was World Health Day. These consumer campaigns are certainly welcome, as they raise the level of discussion around these conditions and hopefully […]
Figures were boosted elsewhere in the business, particularly with a 17 per cent increase in assets at LGIM.
Every now and then, whenever I write about a financial dilemma faced by myself or a close family member, I receive lots of emails and online messages telling me all I am trying to do is obtain free advice over the internet. In reality, this is almost never the case: by the time the article […]
Protection providers often extol the benefits of placing plans in trust. The advantages for clients are widely recognised and numerous – inheritance tax mitigation, avoiding probate delay, controlling claim proceeds, and so the long, familiar list continues. Yet, dismissed as unnecessary form-filling, or simply viewed as irrelevant in the context of a mortgage sale, less […]
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