Across the UK, many people are experiencing health and financial challenges like never before.
To better understand these concerns, we surveyed 2,000 employed and 2,000 self-employed adults during a period of record NHS waiting times and increased living costs. In this article Jamie Page, Head of Protection Distribution, takes a deeper dive into our findings and highlights some key statistics he thinks you need to know.
With 91% of UK homeowners having no form of income protection in place, there’s no better time than now to bring this up with your clients. There’s a lot of common misconceptions around the importance of income protection and we’re here to bust these myths using some of our key claims statistics.
We want to support you when it comes to your client conversations and giving income protection more airtime. That’s why we created our income risk calculator. Watch our animation to see how you can put income protection centre stage in your conversations.
Whether you have private health insurance or not, the beginning of a health journey usually starts with a GP appointment. However, not everybody can access a GP appointment when they need to. This article explores the value of remote GP services for referrals.
In his latest insight, Steve Bryan looks at why income protection should not fall victim to rising household costs. This article was originally published in FTAdviser on 31/05/2022.
As we get older, our quality of life is just as important as it ever has been. Understandably though, aging has implications on our health with older adults experiencing more health-related issues than younger people. This article explores the impact of 'waiting patiently' on older people.
With rising NHS waiting times prompting one in six to consider private healthcare, advisers are uniquely placed to help clients in this area.
Your clients will have spent a long time getting their home just the way they want it, but how many of them have thought about how they would keep up their mortgage repayments if they were too ill to work?