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December 2023
Recently we have been seeing all sorts of local news pieces on crowding funding appeals to help families who have fallen into financial difficulty, a lot of times due to a change in circumstances, illness or death. A lot of life insurance policies have value added benefits that people often forget about, so it’s important to take make the most of these.
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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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The festive season may not be the most conventional time to sell your home, but it can actually be a great opportunity to attract motivated buyers and create a warm and inviting atmosphere. If you're planning to put your home on the market this month, here are some top tips to help you successfully make a sale.
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November 2023
Winter viruses and seasonal flu’s, slips and falls, staff shortages are all major reasons why the NHS is under pressure heading into the Christmas period. Despite the NHS making huge strides to reduce patient waiting lists and emergency cover being provided along with some basic staffing on wards, the NHS has advised that work is still ongoing to cut those dreaded waiting times.
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Whether you have a bunch of little bunnies, cheeky monkeys or little puppies at home, you want to make sure they are protected in case of illness or injury. Insurance can provide peace of mind by helping cover costs of care. In the event of unexpected broken bones, chronic conditions, or expensive procedures, one accident or illness can rack up a lot of stress and a big bill.
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As part of their Autumn Statement, the Government announced that the 95% Mortgage Guarantee Scheme has been extended until the end of June 2025. The scheme incentivises lenders to help both first-time buyers and current homeowners to purchase properties up to £600,000 with a 5% deposit. It can be used for mortgages on both new build and existing homes by first-time buyers, home movers and those remortgaging.
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Many Brits assume certain health conditions make you uninsurable. But in reality, there are few illnesses that automatically disqualify you from getting life, health, or disability insurance in the UK. Here are some common myths:
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When it comes to money tied up in your home and unlocking this, there are a range of reasons why Lifetime Mortgages are the avenue older borrowers choose. Even though some of the uses for Later Life Lending can be home improvements, offering cash support to family members or going on a dream holiday, in 2022, the main reason equity was released from homes was to clear existing mortgages.
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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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