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Making provision for your family’s financial future

Men more likely to worry about life after death than women

22nd May, 2016

Almost one in four people don’t know how their family would survive financially in the event of their death.

According to the findings of a new survey commissioned by life assurance specialists Royal London, and conducted by IReach, two-thirds of people think about their family’s financial future if they were to die, but very few of them act on it.

“Death is something that most of us push to the back...

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