Many people’s relationship with financial protection and insurances is one of being forced to do the basic minimum required either by law, by contract or through emotional needs.
For example, having to take out car insurance so as not to become a criminal, needing house insurance to meet the requirement of a mortgage, or travel insurance because it will make you feel better about your holiday.
Research shows that some people will insure their pets before they insure themselves for the benefit of their children.
Not many of us think about the true value of comprehensive protection for all our financial and family interests.
Smart financial planning involves prote ring everything you can, as much as you can.
This guide shows you how to organise the most comprehensive protection arrangements for you and your family.