Insurance is a vital part of everyday finances for us all; but there is no need to pay over the odds for it. moneysupermarket.com reveals quick and easy ways to save a typical family nearly £1,500 on their annual insurance costs.
This New Year, after all the presents have been opened, the food has been scoffed, and the wine quaffed, make sure your finances are fit to cope with the cost of that very merry Christmas to ensure it also turns out to be a happy 2011.
What would you do if you lost your job tomorrow? Do you have a financial safety net in place?
More than half (54 per cent) of adults in the UK do not have life insurance, despite two-thirds of those surveyed also having dependants, according to new research from Barclays.
NFU Mutual has won ‘Best Life Insurance Provider' at this year's Personal Finance Awards 2010/2011 by readers of themoneypages.com.
Photographs, cigarettes, mobile phones and cuddly toys are just some of the items that we want to take with us to the grave according to new research by Post Office Insurance. However many people could end up without their last request because they haven't made their intentions clear to their families.
Latest research from Age UK Enterprises reveals that 61 percent of over 55s are confused by financial products. Only around one in three (30%) over 55s are confident that all the financial purchases they have made are best for their needs.
New research from Confused.com has revealed the reasons why so few Brits have taken out Critical Illness Cover, which pays out a lump sum if the policyholder develops an illness or condition covered in the policy.
HSBC has announced it is to launch an open architecture Maximum Investment Plan for sale through IFAs. The HSBC Maximum Investment Plan (HSBC MIP) is a ten year regular savings plan with life cover, providing investment returns which are not subject to higher rate income tax. It is designed to help IFAs with long term, tax efficient savings planning for their high net worth clients.
According to Scottish Provident's new Financial Safety Net Report 58% of Britons do not have any type of protection in place and 31% would be forced to drastically cut back on living costs should they or the main breadwinner be unable to work for a prolonged period of time.
The ideal age for retirement is considered to be 60, according to a new survey.
New research from Confused.com has revealed that only four in ten adults have life insurance, with 30% of people claiming that they don't have it because they can't afford it.
Nearly one in two mortgage holders in Britain (43%) do not have their mortgage contributions covered by life insurance, new research from Sainsbury's Life Insurance indicates.
Nearly 40 million Britons are unclear of what kind of financial support they would receive from the Government in the event they or a family member were diagnosed with a serious illness, suffered a bereavement or a disability, according to Scottish Provident's Financial Safety Net report.
Almost four million Britons will be unable to maintain their current lifestyle beyond February 2011 if they had to live off their current ‘emergency' financial provisions, according to Scottish Provident's Financial Safety Net report.
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