Author Archives: Emily Weston

A Guide To Private Health Insurance

  Everyone in the UK has the right to free universal healthcare from the NHS. Private Health Insurance or Private Medical Insurance (PMI) is available as a compliment to NHS care for a price. It is estimated that around 10% of the UK population enjoy private health insurance. 75% of these people access the benefits

Best Home Broadband and TV Packages

With so many broadband and TV packages to choose from, it can be hard to work out which is the best one for you. Here you can compare some of the top packages available on the market today. Broadband and TV packages are like a minefield – some offer a great monthly price but tie

Top High Interest Savings Accounts

With interest rates at an all time low, savers are finding it difficult to find a savings account which offers them a good return on their money. The market is definitely tough at the moment but so far in 2017 we’ve seen interest rates begin to slowly rise on savings accounts despite the historic low interest rate

A Guide to Buy-to-Let Mortgages & Latest Deals

  Opting for a buy-to-let mortgage is a serious financial commitment, which is why you cannot afford not to read our essential guide. You may be dreaming of having a portfolio of properties and a regular monthly income that will lead you to retirement and beyond. This may be achievable, but if you are going

Fixed Rate Mortgage Offers This Month

Will mortgage costs start to rise in 2017? Should you sign up to a fixed rate deal now? This article previously spoke about record low mortgage offers with HSBC offering a record low 0.99% 2 year fixed rate deal. HSBC have now pulled that deal from the market due to rising costs. The worry for

Annuity v. Income Drawdown: Will Your Pension Last?

  Last year in the UK, substantial changes came into effect with regards to pension payouts. At the age of 55 or over, you can now use your pension pot as you see fit – without the previous limitations based on the amount you have in it. Those who have retired can now choose to withdraw

A Guide to Debt Consolidation Loans

If you’re considering a debt consolidation loan, our quick guide will explain all the options to help you make a decision. Debt consolidation loans can be a good way of putting all your debts into one account, to make repayments easier to manage. Before you go ahead with one of these loans, it’s important to

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How To Deal With Debt

  The greater a debt, the greater the stress. While this may be true, any level of debt can be a cause for anxiety, and resolving your financial problems should be a priority. Knowing your options and how to best deal with debt will relieve pressure and give you something to aim towards. By focusing

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