Category Archives: Insurance

When is the Deadline Date for PPI Claims?

People have been reclaiming PPI for several years now and in August of last year it was estimated that banks had paid out a whopping £24 billion in compensation, with further billions also being set aside for future claims that might be made.

Common Mistakes to Sidestep With Your Life Insurance

Common Mistakes to Sidestep With Your Life Insurance

While life insurance is most certainly one of the most essential policies you can add to your coverage portfolio, having it doesn’t do you much good if you don’t know the proper way to use it.

Understanding the Different Types of Life Insurance Policies

Choosing your life insurance cover is one of the most important decisions you can make, especially if you have dependants who rely on you. At the heart of it, there are only two types of life insurance: term and whole life. We will look at each one in a little more depth below.

Is It Worth Getting Landlords Insurance?

Buying a property and letting it out to tenants is one of the smartest and most effective ways of improving your financial situation.

On the one hand, it will provide with a regular income if the rental figure is higher than the mortgage repayments and any other associated outgoings. However, the real benefit is that you own a property which increases in value over the years while not having to pay the mortgage for it.

The Importance of Life Insurance at any Age

Today we have a couple of posts for our Australian Readers. In this – the first – our resident Australian contributor Raj Padarath discusses the importance of life insurance at any age. Over to you Raj!

The topic of life insurance is one that usually causes those who listen to it to hurriedly change the subject or to change the channel. However, there is no reason why this should be the case, and this article goes through why life insurance is important at any stage of life for Australians, especially those over 50, and how far from being sad, life insurance can ensure you leave your family with memories of laughter and happiness.