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May 2024
There is no hiding that weddings are expensive. Using many vendors and venues carries risks. Wedding insurance covers the run-up to the big day or the day itself. However, a change of heart or cold feet won't count. What does wedding insurance typically cover?
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March 2024
Make your home a place for peace as we close in on those chilly winter months. We show you how you can release equity from your property to restore wellness and calm. You are on your way to zen! Plus, some easy low-cost tips you can do today. Explore how a Lifetime Mortgage can bring calmness and wellness to your home this spring.
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February 2024
Just like any meaningful relationship, building a strong connection with your finances requires time, care, and a touch of creativity. Whether you're embarking on a new financial journey or looking to rekindle the flame with your budget, these top tips will help you spark a stronger connection and fall head over heels in love with your finances.
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January 2024
Whether you're a homeowner or renting, if someone in your household has received a high-value gift for Christmas, don't forget to ensure your belongings are covered with your home insurance policy. Here's a brief guide to help you navigate the ins and outs of safeguarding your high-value items.
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For most of us, our home loan represents one of the most significant financial commitments of our lifetimes, yet too few people review their mortgage regularly. If that’s you, don’t delay any longer – an overhaul of your mortgage could unlock significant savings, enable property improvements as your life changes, or give you an opportunity to move home. If your current mortgage deal is looking to end in the next 12 months, you have options you can explore now.
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December 2023
Taking extended breaks during the Winter has always been popular due to the enticing 'off-peak' prices and the opportunity to avoid high home utility bills. Additionally, there are health advantages to spending time in warm and sunny destinations, such as more chances for outdoor exercise, access to nutritious food, and an enhanced overall sense of well-being.
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Protecting your health abroad might be important to you if you travel a lot, as it provides reassurance that you can receive medical treatment when it’s needed. Falling ill in a different country can be stressful, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the local healthcare system. Without private medical insurance cover, you may also be left with expensive medical bills to pay.
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Budgets this year are significantly tighter, and many will have turned to borrowing via credit cards, store credit and loans to afford a Christmas like those enjoyed previously. But what if the debts are growing and you’re unsure how you’ll look to repay them in the New Year?
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November 2023
The headlines this year have been dominated by rising mortgage rates, which has made it quite overwhelming for many people managing their monthly mortgage payments, along with the ongoing cost of living crisis. Nevertheless, there's some positive news on the horizon...
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October 2023
Halloween is just around the corner, and while it's a spooktacular time for children, it can also be a frightful hit to your wallet. But fear not! With a bit of creativity and some clever planning, you can enjoy all the thrills of Halloween without breaking the bank. Here are some tips to help you save money this Halloween:
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