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New health and life insurance guide for IFA clients launched

Financial publisher Taxbriefs is publishing a book which it says will answer all IFA&#39s questions about life and health insurance.


It says &#39Life & Health Insurance&#39 will dispel IFAs&#39 clients misconceptions about the risks they run and the financial consequences of not having life and health protection.


The manual also contains guidance to illness and disabilities, ways to calculate life expectancy and cover on a scientific basis and many other relevant facts and statistics.


Life & Health Insurance costs £35 and can be ordered from Taxbriefs. The telephone number is (0171) 251-8867 and E-mail address is info@taxbriefs.co.uk.

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