Insuring good health

Greenwood, John
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p19
In this article the author discusses the possible impact of the proposed tax breaks for private medical insurance (PMI) on the workplace of the private health industry in Great Britain. He states that the survey conducted by ComRes shows that most of the Members of Parliament (MP) agreed on the tax relief due the unstable conditions of the National Health Service (NHS). He adds that the lobbyists also believe that the tax breaks will improve productivity in the workplace.


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