Archive for November, 2012

Fancy doing a little DIY over the Christmas break? Make sure your home insurance has accidental damage cover in case things go wrong

In a survey conducted by Halifax*, two thirds of people said they carry out their own home improvements in an attempt to save money, instead of hiring professionals to do the job. But what if something bad happens while you’re at it? If you’re thinking of doing a spot of DIY over the Christmas period, make sure your home insurance covers you with additional accidental damage cover, just in case something goes wrong. The last thing you want is for it to end up costing you, rather than saving you money. If you don’t have a home insurance policy, take a look online to find one.

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Using Offers and Promotions Can Save you vast Amounts on Your Insurance

After you have purchased your car, there will be a huge amount of excitement; however, you need to consider the next biggest expense, which is insurance. Car insurance is required by law, and every vehicle on the road, must have some form of insurance policy. Regardless of the value of the car, insurance is needed to guarantee that everyone involved in an accident is protected.

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How to Reduce Your Insurance Premiums

Are your insurance premiums too high? Most peoples’ are, it seems. If you’re one of those people who are struggling to manage your current insurance premium, then you may be thinking of ways to lower it.

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Doctors blame ‘no win, no fee’ on rise in medical claims

The Medical Defence Union has claimed that because of the wide availability of ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors, there has been a massive upsurge of disciplinary hearings against doctors and other healthcare officials, increasing by 52 per cent.

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The FSA to Reduce Pensions Projection Rates

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has said that it is to reduce the projection rates that pension companies are allowed to use to illustrate potential returns on pension funds. The FSA feel that these measures will give investors the opportunity to see more realistic projections of what income they are likely to receive.

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Ensuring that Your Workplace has the Correct Fire Safety Procedure and Equipment in Place

All workplaces must adhere to strict fire procedures, and ensure that everything is in place to keep the employees safe. The laws surrounding fire equipment and safety procedures can be complex; therefore, you need to make sure you understand what is expected of you. Any building that allows members of public to enter, including shops, warehouses, and business premises must have the correct equipment.

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What Does AARP Insurance Protect?

The American Association of Retired Persons, commonly referred to as AARP is a non-profit organization that anyone over the age of 50 can apply to and become a member. AARP insurance offers a wide range of protection for a variety of things from car accidents to medical issues, to home, and life insurance that can provide financial relief to loved ones. In addition to protection from the insurance coverage, AARP also offer a wide range of benefits that includes discounts on prescription drugs, telephone service, travel and entertainment for its members. The following are some of the insurance protection afforded to members of AARP.

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How to Choose the Right Car Insurance Broker

Many people are concerned with the price of their car insurance policy, but few consider how their insurance broker will treat them if and when they need to file a claim. For tips on finding a good insurance company with a strong reputation and excellent financial standing, read on.

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