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A Guide to Boiler and Central Heating Cover

Central heating breakdowns always seem to happen at the worst possible time, but you can guard against them with maintenance cover. When it’s cold and wet you rely your central heating system, so a breakdown can be doubly frustrating. Breakdown cover can ensure that you have someone to call if things go wrong, plus regular

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25 Top Tips For Finding Cheap Flights

Think you need a holiday now? Wait till you’ve spent countless hours wading through dozens of booking sites and flight aggregators trying to find the best prices – then you’ll really need your week off! The internet has made booking travel easier but it’s made decision making far more difficult and as a result most travellers end

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Should You Use An Estate Agent To Sell Your Home?

  Selling your home can be time-consuming and stressful. We discuss the benefits and costs of using estate agents to sell your home. When you decide to sell your home, you want to get the best price with minimum fuss. You don’t want too many people traipsing through your property with no intention of buying.

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Remortgage To Save Money – A Guide

  Given that your mortgage payments will likely represent your biggest monthly financial outlay, it stands to reason that any way of reducing them could go a decent distance to improving your quality of life – or at least free up some cash that will always be handy for something else. Remortgaging – the process

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How To Find Cheaper Car Insurance Quotes

  The average cost of car insurance in the UK is £550 and rising fast. Young drivers under 25 years old are on average paying over £1200. Finding the cheapest car insurance to meet your individual requirements can seem like a daunting task and not one that many people look forward to tackling. Trawling through websites and

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Five Main Factors Affect Your Credit Score

Things You Need To Know About Your Credit History

  Your credit history is important as it impacts whether or not lenders will offer you loans, mortgages and credit cards – amongst other borrowing options. Whether you’re entirely new to the credit game or are a seasoned borrower, we explore seven essential things that you should know about your credit history!   A Credit

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The Best Mobile Contracts This Month

  With so many providers and handsets to sift through, finding a mobile contract that suits your needs can be an unwelcome chore. So if you are ready for an upgrade and want to bag a bargain, these offers will point you in the right direction. See below for the very best Samsung S9, iPhone

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When Should You Use an IFA?

  Financial planning is a tool that everyone can use to help ensure their family’s financial security in the short and long term. Working with an IFA is recommended. Good financial planning is not solely for the rich, everyone can plan ahead to achieve their life goals now and in the future. Whether you’re planning

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Top 12 Money Saving Tips For Credit Cards

  Credit cards are fantastic little pieces of plastic. They pay for things when we have forgotten to go to the cash machine. They pay for things when payday is still a few days away. They pay for things that we really can’t afford but can’t resist either. On top of all this, they reward

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Why You Should Consider A SIM Only Contract

  As the cost of the latest mobile phones increases exponentially (see the whopping price of the new iPhone!) more and more mobile users are switching to SIM only contracts at the end of their current deal. Previously mobile users would look to upgrade their handsets every 12 or 18 months as new exciting handsets

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