Author Archives: Jon Stones

A Guide To Over 50 Life Insurance

    Like many financial products, buying over 50 life insurance is one of those purchases that should be simple, yet somehow it can seem off-puttingly complicated. There’s no way around it, the buyer has to do due diligence, which means reading the fine print to avoid falling foul of conditions and exclusions. But if

A Quick Guide To Breakdown Cover

It’s happened to all of us at some point in our lives – a breakdown in the middle of nowhere or on a busy road far from home. 99% of us have no idea how to fix the problem or how to get home when this happens. It’s only at times like these we appreciate the value

A Guide To Earning Hundreds Of Pounds On Cashback Sites

Cashback sites have become very popular in the UK over the past few years. They are affiliate websites that pay you a cash reward when you click through from them and buy consumer products or financial services on their partners websites. If you use them regularly, the extra money you can earn can add up to

Are Solar Panels Still A Good Investment in 2017?

Over the past 3 years, installing solar panels on your roof has been a popular way to save on your energy bills while contributing to conservation efforts. Homeowners have been able to earn money by generating their own electricity while earning money under the government’s Feed-In Tariff scheme while earning additional money by selling excess power

A Users Guide To Payday Loans

Payday loans are designed to be short term – to offer you a small amount of cash to tide you over until payday. The size of the loan is usually between £50 and £1,000 and is designed to be paid back with 30 days or 60 days. They are useful in helping you cover unexpected

Compare Credit Cards For People With Bad Credit Scores

When you apply for a credit card, the company will calculate a credit score for you. This is designed to reassure them that you are a responsible borrower and will be able to repay what you owe. Credit scores are calculated using data from several sources including credit rating agencies, your application and any past information

Injured In A Public Place? You May Be Entitled To Compensation.

Public liability accidents are very common in the UK and are most often related to slips, trips and falls in public places such as high streets, shopping centres, supermarkets, hospitals and schools. These accidents usually lead to head injuries, broken bones and back injuries but can in the worst cases result in paralysis and death. If you

How To Find The UK’s Cheapest Travel Money

Not so long ago there were 2 choices available when travelling abroad. Exchange cash for foreign currency or use travellers cheques. How times have changed! Travellers now have a wide range of options including cash, travellers cheques, debit cards, credit cars and prepaid cards. Spending the wrong way while travelling could add hundreds of pounds

6 Alternatives To The Hated Big 6 Energy Companies

There has never been a better time to leave the much hated “Big Six” energy suppliers. While oil prices and stock markets plummet around the world, energy prices in the UK continue to defy gravity. While the shareholders at British Gas, EDF, Eon, nPower, ScottishPower and SSE will no doubt be delighted at the obscene profits

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