Archive for November, 2013

Insurance for Independent Living at Any Age

Driving your own car is one of the first signs of true independence. Passing the driving test and suddenly having the freedom to go wherever you want, whenever you want, is one of the most liberating feelings. Something many people do notice, however, is that their car insurance is pretty expensive when they are younger. There aren’t too many great things about getting older, but one of them is that your car insurance does tend to be cheaper. You are considered less of a risk on the road due to years of experience, and if you are lucky enough to build up a solid no-claims discount then this will knock pounds off your quote.

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What to Do in the Days Following a Car Accident

Getting in a car accident can be a scary situation, but it is important to use your head. There are certain steps that should be taken in the moments, hours and days after a car accident, so make sure to keep these steps in mind if you happen to get into a wreck.

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How to Have the Perfect Family Holiday Without Breaking the Bank

The annual family holiday can often be a headache in itself, especially when it comes to your finances with higher prices during peak seasons. However there are a few things you can do, such as looking into car hire comparison, which can really make the difference between a stress free holiday and one which breaks the bank. Here are my money-saving travel tips for the family break.

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Getting The Best Financial Advice

As far as personal finances go there are two key areas; identifying your goals and then finding out which is the best possible way to go about achieving them. The world of financial services can be complex to those who don’t fully understand the ins and outs of it and there are few of us who can successfully navigate these complexities without some kind of assistance.

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Student Homes: A Saver’s Guide to Keeping the Peace on a Budget

Friends, right? You can’t live with them, and you can’t live without them. Until you live with them. Then all kinds of crazy clichés get maimed amidst a horrible storm of uncertainty. Sharing a house when you struggle with your own finances – like most students – can be a terrifying prospect, but ultimately, if you’re planning on, or are already living with friends, there are few things that you might need to know. You know, if you want to stay sane and everything.

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Why Travel Insurance?

Travel insurance is essential for your peace of mind while you are away from the comfort of your home and known surroundings. Many holidaymakers associate travel insurance with the medical monetary benefits it brings in case of an emergency, but fail to recognise the additional added cover that a solid well-suited policy can bring.

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