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October 2023
Burglary statistics reveal a strange fact. Each time the clocks go back one hour for Daylight Saving Time (DST), the number of break-ins increases by one-third. Most home insurance policies will cover you if your home is burgled, but there are limitations which could lead to your claim being rejected. Some of the scenarios that may catch you out include...
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In today's rapidly changing world, health and well-being have become paramount concerns for individuals and families alike. Ensuring access to quality healthcare is a fundamental need, and one way to achieve this is through private medical insurance (PMI). However, PMI often carries with it a fair share of misconceptions and myths.
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One of the options for homeowners aged 55 or over, who want to give children or grandchildren money to buy a home, is to consider releasing equity from their own property. Equity release could allow you to give them their inheritance early, offering you the chance to see this money being put to use when it is needed.
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Life is unpredictable and we never know what’s around the corner. With this in mind, have you thought about what would happen to you or your loved ones if you couldn’t work due to illness or an accident which resulted in a loss of earnings?
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In recent years, there has been a growing global awareness of the need to combat climate change and reduce our carbon footprint. As part of this initiative, various sustainable financial products have emerged, one of which is the green mortgage.
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September 2023
The world of e-commerce is ever-evolving, constantly introducing fresh avenues for both sellers and buyers to connect and transact. One such platform making waves in this dynamic landscape is TikTok Shop. While it holds exciting potential for discovering unique products and engaging with innovative brands, it's crucial to navigate this terrain with caution to avoid falling victim to scams.
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Taking a few precautions before the onset of Winter weather can help you avoid potential claims and prevent the need for more extensive repairs later on. Here are seven steps you can take to ready your home and property for the Autumn season:
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In a world where energy bills are rising faster than ever, finding ways to make your home more energy-efficient has become a priority for homeowners. The good news is that a lifetime mortgage can provide a unique opportunity to not only enhance your property's energy efficiency but also improve your overall quality of life.
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When it comes to securing your family's financial future, life cover is an essential consideration. Life cover, often referred to as life insurance, provides a safety net that ensures your loved ones are financially protected in the event of your passing. There are several types of life cover to choose from, each designed to cater to different needs and circumstances.
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When it comes to managing your mortgage, there often comes a point where you need to make a decision that could significantly impact your financial future. Two common options that homeowners consider are mortgage product transfers and remortgages. While both choices offer unique advantages, the importance of seeking advice from a professional mortgage adviser cannot be overstated.
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