Monthly Archives: August 2017

Why it makes sense to review your life cover

Taking out a life insurance policy is a great first step in ensuring that those who depend on you would be taken care of financially if you were to die. However, over the years, your circumstances are likely to change, meaning that you may need to increase your life insurance, or take out a different […]

Why it makes sense to review your life cover

Taking out a life insurance policy is a great first step in ensuring that those who depend on you would be taken care of financially if you were to die. However, over the years, your circumstances are likely to change, meaning that you may need to increase your life insurance, or take out a different […]

How to get your contents claim paid

If you need to make a claim on your home contents policy, you should follow the procedure set out in your policy document. There will be a dedicated number given for reporting claims. You’ll need to quote your policy number when calling. If you’ve been burgled, your first call should be to the police. They […]

Term Insurance Versus Whole-Of-Life: Which Should You Choose?

Life insurance is a versatile product; there are many kinds of policy available, each offering different levels and types of cover for varying periods of time. When someone decides to take out life assurance they are often faced with making the choice between a term policy and a whole-oflife policy. Both types of contract have […]

74% of First-Time Buyers pay Stamp Duty

 Last year, 74% of first-time buyers* paid Stamp Duty Land Tax when they bought their property. Stamp duty is payable on properties worth more than £125,000 (£145,000 in Scotland, where Land and Buildings Transaction Tax applies). The figures show that just a quarter of first-time buyers bought properties worth less than the stamp duty threshold […]

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