National healthcare service could boost IFA business

Jones, Lee
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p2
The article reports on the importance of launching the Green Paper into the long-term elderly healthcare reforms by Health Minister Andy Burnham in Great Britain. The support given by the national service to the long-term elderly healthcare can boost the business of the independent financial advisers (IFA) because it covers partnership service, voluntary insurance scheme and compulsory model. It will also encourage the people to engage in pensions, investments or equity release.


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