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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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The NHS provides comprehensive treatment to anyone. Regardless of their ability to pay. However, with extended wait times and limitations of what's available. Private care can bridge the gap. Health insurance covers planned consultations, treatments, and operations. But you may need to watch out for creeping expenses. We explain how it works, what to watch out for. And how to keep costs as low as possible.
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Four in five young adults consider taking out critical illness cover (CIC) once they understand the product. But the biggest holdback is understanding CIC—or even hearing about it! Critical illness cover can help protect your family should you fall ill or need medical treatment. This cover ensures the bills are paid while putting food on the table if you cannot work.
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April 2024
No one wants to think about what could go wrong on holiday. But medical emergencies, cancellations, and lost or stolen luggage can happen. Don't let an unexpected event ruin your travel experience. Travel insurance provides you with peace of mind! In the UK, there are several types of policies available. So, you can forget your worries and enjoy your holiday!
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Did you know, you and your children can be covered for overseas treatment through your protection policy? We are fortunate to have incredible access to the NHS. However, outside the UK, there may be more access to experimental research and innovation. We’ve seen in high-profile cases that effective or lifesaving treatment can be available overseas. But people are turning to crowdfunding to cover the cost.
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March 2024
Sorry, your mum was right – eating your greens is good for you! Maintaining a healthy lifestyle obviously makes sense for your overall well-being, but did you know it can also impact your insurance? Let’s take a closer look at private medical insurance and how eating healthy (yes, more greens!) can complement your policy.
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