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September 2022
Despite the Prime Minister's recent announcement that energy bills will be capped at £2,500 annually this is almost double last year’s £1,277* average. Many of us could still be struggling with that upsurge in costs so what can you do if they’re just unmanageable? Check out our top ten tips on what to do if you’re struggling to afford your energy bills.
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If you’re looking into Life Insurance but are still on the fence whether to go ahead, check out these 6 key reasons why you might consider securing the cover for yourself and your family.
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While the cost-of-living crisis rages on, many of us are looking at ways we can tighten our belts.If you’re over 55, you could potentially help yourselves and your loved ones as they face the increasing costs too. You could have money locked up in the equity in your home that could help you relieve the pressures of soaring bills. Releasing the equity in your home could offset some of your outgoings and the loan is only repaid upon your passing or admittance to long term care, where your pr...
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Whether you are looking to remortgage as your deal comes to an end, or perhaps you (or someone you know) are looking at your first mortgage, it’s important that you have appeal for the lender who houses the deal you’re after. We’ve assembled a few top tips to help give you real curb appeal when it comes to presenting your application to the lender.
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August 2022
When it comes to navigating available Life Insurance policies it can be quite the minefield! We’ve assembled a handy list of 6 things to be aware of before you start and when you’re ready, we’ll be here to help you find the most suitable policy for your needs.
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We face household accidents regularly, but that’s not to say they aren’t annoying to deal with when they happen. Many of us prefer to protect our assets and valuables just in case and while that won’t stop things getting broken, it does help during the aftermath, but what does Accidental Damage Insurance actually involve?
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If you are working, what would happen to your monthly income if you suddenly lost your ability to work? Would you be able to manage without your monthly income? If you could not pay your mortgage, how long before you lose your home? How would you pay the food bills and which of your home comforts would you lose first? Can you and your family cope with this financial loss?
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As we continue to battle the cost-of-living crisis, it’s easy to see the solutions damaging our credit file, impacting our future finances as well as hitting us in the pocket today. With our wages typically stagnating in comparison to the rapid climb on our outgoings, it means we’ll all have to tighten our belts that bit more as we have less disposable income at our fingertips.
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As a parent it must be very difficult to think about your child being critically ill in the future. But it is worth considering how you would manage financially if this happened. Critical illness cover for children can help give you the reassurance that if your children were to suffer from a serious illness, you’d receive a financial helping hand.
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Equity release gifting is a great way to release tax-free cash from your home to help friends and family. Recent research conducted by Later Life Lender more2life reveals the true extent to which gifting via Equity Release can benefit fund recipients.
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