5 tips to go about high risk auto insurance – Know more

Nov 12

5 tips to go about high risk auto insurance – Know more

While some drivers fall into the high-risk category, others tend to be described as low-risk ones. High-Risk drivers are defined by insurers as those that prove riskier to be covered due to their poor credit and driving history. Lack of proper driving skills may be considered to be an additional risk element. High-risk drivers tend to possess a driving history that depicts a couple of accidents, several traffic citations or speeding tickets and conviction of DUI.

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6 reasons to use a life insurance broker

Oct 31

6 reasons to use a life insurance broker

Why use a broker to secure life cover? Won’t they add their fee onto the cost of the policy? Will they funnel me towards their preferred provider to maximise commission?

Actually the life insurance industry is heavily regulated in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority (or FCA) and if you select the right broker, there are many benefits for us consumers.

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Looking to finance a new car?

Oct 26

Looking to finance a new car?

Buying a new car is one of those times when most people cast around for the finance to do so. According to a report in the Guardian newspaper on the 16th of August 2017, 1 million new cars and 1.2 million second hand cars were bought with the help of car finance during the previous 12 months.

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Quick guide to surgery insurance

Oct 24

Quick guide to surgery insurance

Here is a quick overview of the main points associated with surgery insurance.

Definitions

There is no universal pre-definition of something called surgery insurance.

Different insurance providers will see the risks and cover required, differently. As a result, it’s important to think about your unique situation and its risks then to look carefully at the cover offered by a policy to see if the two match-up.

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Can you save money by not ordering a building survey?

Oct 23

Can you save money by not ordering a building survey?

Getting a building survey during the home buying process isn’t a mandatory stage, although there are many who feel it should be. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors states that “on average, homebuyers spend £5,750 on repairs once moved into their new home”.

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Reward Credit Cards – Do Your Research before you Apply for these Cards

Oct 10

Reward Credit Cards – Do Your Research before you Apply for these Cards

Reward credit cards have become much popular of late. These credit cards are much in use with individuals that make online purchases more frequently. However, like all other credit cards, these cards can be used responsibly and may act as your ticket to achieving quality savings that yield huge passive income with time.

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Do You Have Adequate Home Insurance Protection?

Oct 10

Do You Have Adequate Home Insurance Protection?

Your home is your biggest asset and you must protect it from adversities. It becomes important for you to get your home insurance coverage reviewed every year just to ensure proper protection for your home. Your home insurance coverage must begin with any replacement cost policy that fends for your overall home replacement cost in the event of a loss.

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