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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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In a world where the future is uncertain, one thing remains constant: the need for protection. For those born between 1981 and 1996 (hello, millennials!), planning for the future might seem daunting. we take a closer look at why this generation should start to prioritise understanding general insurance. You are investing in your long-term financial well-being and peace of mind.
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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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Are you coming to the end of a fixed rate mortgage or have your circumstances changed? For example, a new baby or job? We do a deep dive into one of the more complex concepts of mortgages and why your circumstances might affect them. Have you heard of ‘stress tests’ before? Introduced in 2014, stress tests, aka an ‘income test’, are an important part of the mortgage process.
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Did you know there is insurance that will pay you your salary? It covers you if you are too sick to work or have an accident and can't work. Depending on what you can afford, income protection can support you. Or for an agreed amount of time. Here are just a few reasons why income protection is worth looking into…
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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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February is the month of Valentine's Day, and a time where the air is filled with love and expressions of affection. While chocolates, flowers, and romantic gestures are appreciated, this year, consider a gift that expresses a commitment to a future filled with care and consideration. The ultimate Valentine's Day gift? Arranging a Will.
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Spring is just around the corner, and with the promise of warmer days and blooming flowers, many homeowners find themselves yearning to breathe life into their outdoor spaces. Your garden, often an overlooked canvas, can be transformed into a tranquil haven where you can relax and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. If you aren't sure how to make your plans a reality, one option is to use a lifetime mortgage for home improvements.
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As the weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, protecting your home against storm damage is crucial for both safety and financial well-being. Here's a short guide on how to protect your home and navigate the process of making a claim on your home insurance in case of storm-related incidents.
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Nearly half (44%) of UK workers overestimate the monthly cost of income protection, life cover, and cash plan policies*. This highlights a significant gap between perceived cost and reality, meaning many are missing out because of misperceptions around price.
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