Income Protection Insurance

Bupa Income Protection Moving in the Right Direction

The UK-based insurer, Bupa, have recently made changes to their income insurance plans and this highlights the industries committment to continuously improving the protection products on offer. Under the...  
Employee Benefit

Cautious Pay Rises, If Any, Expected By UK Employers

The CBI/Harvey Nash employment trends survey 2010 has shown that after months of employers standing strong with pay freezes and alterations to working patterns are unsurprisingly still facing the...  
Mortgage Protection

Mortgage critical illness cover getting even better

Critical illness cover is a well established means of protecting against the risk of home loan default due to serious illness, such as cancer, heart attack and stroke. Mortgage...  
Mortgage Protection

Life Insurance or Mortgage Life Insurance?

Life cover is usually taken out for either family protection or mortgage protection reasons. It is very common for people to ask what the difference is between life insurance...  
Income Protection Insurance

Payment protection insurance newsround for May 2010

The month of May has been quite a big month for developments in the payment protection market. Firstly, the formation of the new government has cast doubt over the...  
Mortgage Protection

Payment protection to be sold separately from loans

New rules are being put place to for payment protection to be sold separately from loans, such as for mortgages and credit cards. Under the new guidance lenders must...  
Mortgage Protection

Unemployment insurance caution for government workers

The new Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition government is planning £6 billion worth of public spending cuts and it is no secret that a large proportion of those savings will come...  
Employee Benefit

Many Set to Work Beyond the Normal Retirement Age

A recent study by Aviva has shown that many of us heading towards retirement are to stay in employment beyond the current standard retirement age, roughly 70% of respondents....