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Critical illness cover too expensive for your clients?

Research conducted by the Syndicate Report 2014 asked consumers which insurance products are the most important to them. Life insurance was rated the highest, with critical illness and travel insurance rated close second and third. 317 more words

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5 tips from PruProtect

Last week I introduced a case study about how Michael Usher Mortgage Services enhanced their advice process by introducing the protection conversation earlier.

Michael and his team worked with Lee Newman, director of south and central counties, from PruProtect to change their advice process.  194 more words

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Identifying protection needs early in the mortgage process - it really does work!

Throughout 2014 you will have seen numerous messages from press articles, protection providers and myself on how advisers should not forget about protection needs in a buoyant mortgage market. 222 more words

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Helping clients to understand the need

Protection is not a product clients will wake up and think “I want to buy some protection cover today”. It is a product they should be made aware of and it is important that they understand the probability of making a claim in the future. 355 more words

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The right protection in place today for tomorrow

1.6 million households spend more than 50% of their income on housing costs – are you protecting your ‘housing pinched’ clients? 

A new study by Think-Tank Resolution* reveals that… 297 more words

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What the World Needs Now, Love Sweet Love

Are we the only animals who kill their babies?  Just look at the caring and love these Mother animals take to their babies? 

We can learn so much from animals. 44 more words

Beauty Of Life

Fingers in ears

(When consultation doesn’t tell you what you wanted to hear.)

The news this week that a developer has been accused of hiding ‘embarrassing opposition’ to their plans was met with a yawn at Woodland Trust HQ (before we got really annoyed, but more on that in a moment). 512 more words

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