Be protected from insurance loopholes

Insurers are keen to promote protection policies against injury and illness, but it’s wise to check the small print, writes Emma Kennedy.

20th September, 2008

Insurers are keen to promote protection policies against injury and illness, but it’s wise to check the small print, writes Emma Kennedy.

Tumbling stock markets, crashing banks, job cuts and an early budget - you could be forgiven for wanting to hibernate to avoid the deluge of bad news.

With uncertainty all around, consumers are now looking for security. Whether it’s investment products with a capital guarantee, deposit accounts with a high interest...

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