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  • How much risk are you taking every day?

    It is impossible to go through life without taking risks, but there are some activities that are riskier than others. Below are examples of common activities that can be very dangerous...

  • Add value to your property by giving your home a makeover

    In today's difficult economic times the housing market continues to stagnate, so if you are looking to sell your property, or add to its value, it had better stand head and shoulders above the competition...

  • How much can you save by moving to an alternative energy provider?

    In the typical UK home, energy costs are one of the largest outgoings. For example, if your house uses gas for heating then you can expect to pay roughly £300 per bedroom annually. Electricity prices are also on the rise month after month so cutting even a small percentage off your energy bill...

  • 5 reasons not to move and invest in your current home

    It may be a dirty word but the recession is still with us and it’s important that we future proof our investments. The key way to do this is to make sure your home is as valuable as possible. Below we have listed 5 reasons not to move and instead, invest in your current home...

  • How Can ISAs Protect My Savings?

    If you’re looking for an efficient savings vehicle that is simple to understand and will shelter your hard-earned cash then ISAs are a good option to consider...

  • New Year, new carpet? Maybe it just needs a clean

    Getting a fresh carpet is the closest thing you can get to moving home, without actually moving, which is always a nice way to start the New Year. But, while a new carpet is a lovely thing, buying a new carpet can sometimes be expensive...

  • First Time Property Buyer Schemes

    Moving home is an increasingly costly and nerve-racking business. Stamp duty, capital gains tax, survey costs, estate agent fees and an uncertain property market, not to mention global financial instability all mean that are lot people are choosing to stay put...

  • New Plans to 'Streamline' Bankruptcy Announced
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    The Insolvency Service has reported that Edward Davey, the Business Minister, has announced proposals to 'streamline' the bankruptcy process, which could make it easier for individuals and businesses with serious debt problems to get help...

  • How To Get The Best Possible Motorbike Insurance Deal
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    Some people may be under the impression that motorbike insurance is expensive and difficult to obtain, but there are some simple measures that you can take in order to find a great deal and bring down your monthly payments...

  • Top Tips for Making an Accident Claim

    Accident claims are one of the most common types of compensation that are sought out within the UK. Those who have suffered from an accident will be looking to gain compensation for pain and suffering caused as a result...

  • Make good money selling old CDs and DVDs

    Christmas spending can wipe you out for the first part of January, perhaps slightly in to February and in the worse cases the festive season can make a dent in your bank balance way in to March. You do not have time to get an extra job, so why not sell some of the things you no longer want or need...

  • Money Saving Tips

    Time to save! As the UK economy shows no immediate signs of recovery here are 10 top money saving tips enabling you to still enjoy life while not breaking the bank...

  • Landlord's Contents Insurance

    How best to value the contents of your rental property in order to get the right insurance...

  • Shopping for Illness and Life Insurances

    In today’s world of price comparison sites, and with everyone from your Post Office to your local supermarket offering to sell you the ‘cheapest insurance’ on the planet, shopping for insurance can be a real minefield...

  • Financial Planning, Savings and Retirement Management

    With even tougher times expected in 2012 there has never been a better time to organise your finances...




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