Sixty six per cent of people living together as a couple do not have a will, according to surprising new research by price comparison site Confused.com.
New Sainsbury's Life Insurance customers will benefit from double Nectar points on all Sainsbury's shopping in-store, online and in petrol filling stations for two years. When using their Nectar card in-store at the till customers could benefit from the equivalent of up to 2% off their Sainsbury's purchases.
1.5 million households may not have enough life cover to pay off their mortgage if either partner were to die, according to research from Gocompare.com.
Over 5 million Brits could be leaving their dependants in serious financial difficulty because well over half of those (60%) with life insurance admit failing to update their level of cover following a significant change in their personal circumstances, according to research by Sainsbury's Life Insurance.
People will get life insurance payments more quickly after bereavement, as the ABI issues new guidance to insurers cutting the time it takes from four months to just four weeks.
As UK teenagers prepare to face their school exams, new research from Confused.com reveals that more than half of mums want to help their children pay university costs.
Four out of five customers seeking a rapid route to life insurance, can now benefit from an on-the-spot decision with Aviva's Simplified Life cover.
Arc Property Solicitors, one of the UK’s largest online conveyancing firms, has enjoyed tremendous year-on-year growth since its creation in 2004 - handling in excess of £400million property transactions annually - and hopes the life insurance service will further strengthen its position in the market and increase business growth.
An estimated 28 million of the UK population do not have any life insurance in place, leaving their loved ones vulnerable to financial insecurity if something were to happen to them, according to research from Scottish Widows.
British adults spend on average £10,339 a year financially supporting their dependents, according to Scottish Provident's Financial Safety Net Report.
News statistics show that more families have cover in place for their property and possessions than they do to protect themselves and their families, with financial protection cover.
New research from Confused.com has found that 48% of mums don't have any life insurance cover. The main excuses behind their lack of protection were not understanding it (30%), not having time to sort it out (30%) and believing it was an unnecessary cost (36%).
Legal & General’s latest Value of a Mum survey finds that the value of the unpaid work that a Mum does around the home would cost £30,032 to replace.
A 3-point plan from protection specialist LifeSearch that every mother should keep in mind to ensure the family finances stay healthy.
Women are leaving themselves seriously under-insured financially according to a report from protection specialist, Bright Grey.
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