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February 2024
We understand that the current challenges we are all facing in light of the cost of living squeeze and the rise in interest are causing concerns for many homeowners. 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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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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As we bid farewell to the old year and usher in a new one, many of us embark on a journey to prioritise our health and fitness. New Year's resolutions often involve promises to hit the gym, eat better, and lead a healthier lifestyle. While enthusiasm is high in January, maintaining that momentum throughout the year can be challenging. To help you stay on track, here are some top tips on how to stick to your health and fitness resolutions in the coming year:
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As the temperatures start to go down and the energy bills go up, you might feel like you can’t afford to put the heating on. If that’s you, there is support available for people claiming benefits or who have reached a certain age. Don’t miss out on the support that’s there for you. Read on for the different ways you can get support from the government to heat your home this winter.
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January is a month of possibilities, and one of the best gifts you can give yourself and your loved ones is the security of life insurance. Here's why January is the perfect time to make this important decision.
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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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2023 undoubtedly wreaked havoc with many of our finances with the cost-of-living expenses rising and interest rates causing uncertainty in the mortgage market. So, with a New Year now underway, it isn’t too late to set your financial goals to help combat the ongoing cost increases. Check out our handy list of 10 Financial New Year’s Resolutions that could help shape your finances for 2024.
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December 2023
According to Lloyds Banking Group fraud insights data, there has been a 75% increase in people getting scammed when shopping for things like cars, tickets and clothes on Facebook Marketplace.* So if you’re heading online to buy or sell gifts this month, here are some things to look out for.
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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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