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May 2024
Four in five young adults consider taking out critical illness cover (CIC) once they understand the product. But the biggest holdback is understanding CIC—or even hearing about it! Critical illness cover can help protect your family should you fall ill or need medical treatment. This cover ensures the bills are paid while putting food on the table if you cannot work.
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April 2024
Did you know, you and your children can be covered for overseas treatment through your protection policy? We are fortunate to have incredible access to the NHS. However, outside the UK, there may be more access to experimental research and innovation. We’ve seen in high-profile cases that effective or lifesaving treatment can be available overseas. But people are turning to crowdfunding to cover the cost.
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March 2024
Sorry, your mum was right – eating your greens is good for you! Maintaining a healthy lifestyle obviously makes sense for your overall well-being, but did you know it can also impact your insurance? Let’s take a closer look at private medical insurance and how eating healthy (yes, more greens!) can complement your policy.
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In a world where the future is uncertain, one thing remains constant: the need for protection. For those born between 1981 and 1996 (hello, millennials!), planning for the future might seem daunting. we take a closer look at why this generation should start to prioritise understanding general insurance. You are investing in your long-term financial well-being and peace of mind.
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Did you know there is insurance that will pay you your salary? It covers you if you are too sick to work or have an accident and can't work. Depending on what you can afford, income protection can support you. Or for an agreed amount of time. Here are just a few reasons why income protection is worth looking into…
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February 2024
Nearly half (44%) of UK workers overestimate the monthly cost of income protection, life cover, and cash plan policies*. This highlights a significant gap between perceived cost and reality, meaning many are missing out because of misperceptions around price.
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January 2024
January is a month of possibilities, and one of the best gifts you can give yourself and your loved ones is the security of life insurance. Here's why January is the perfect time to make this important decision.
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December 2023
Protecting your health abroad might be important to you if you travel a lot, as it provides reassurance that you can receive medical treatment when it’s needed. Falling ill in a different country can be stressful, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the local healthcare system. Without private medical insurance cover, you may also be left with expensive medical bills to pay.
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Recently we have been seeing all sorts of local news pieces on crowding funding appeals to help families who have fallen into financial difficulty, a lot of times due to a change in circumstances, illness or death. A lot of life insurance policies have value added benefits that people often forget about, so it’s important to take make the most of these.
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November 2023
Winter viruses and seasonal flu’s, slips and falls, staff shortages are all major reasons why the NHS is under pressure heading into the Christmas period. Despite the NHS making huge strides to reduce patient waiting lists and emergency cover being provided along with some basic staffing on wards, the NHS has advised that work is still ongoing to cut those dreaded waiting times.
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