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What am I – a money making machine?

It leaves the house early in the morning often returning late in the evening, sometimes leaving the home for days at a time, occasionally having to miss important family events

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Why not buy life insurance from £5 a month?

A typical response might be to pay off debt if you have any, and then save or invest the rest. According to a recent Aviva survey only 5% of us

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Spate of improvements to critical illness cover

Ageas, Bright Grey, Friends Life, PruProtect and Scottish Provident have all chosen to upgrade critical illness cover within the last month and in many instances the alterations are substantial and

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How to choose life insurance

Choose the wrong one and you could end up paying far more than you need to, having too little or the wrong type of cover or in the worst circumstance,

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Could you live on £86 a week?

Nobody expects to be ill enough long term not to be able to do their job, so it’s understandable that people wouldn’t know what their financial circumstances would be if

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Not all insurers cover children’s illness

This may be because advisers tend to focus on the main aspects of these plans such as cancer cover. Additionally, few consumers actually read their plan documents and therefore fail

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Millions due rebate on credit card insurance

The Financial Conduct Authority said today it had reached an agreement with Card Protection Plan Limited (CPP) and 13 high street banks and credit card issuers, paving the way for

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The benefits of family income

I have two young girls under six and I cannot conceive of a future should a disaster destroy me and my earnings or my wife and her care. That makes

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Simple protection insurance is better than none

And when it comes to protection insurance we’ve seen a number of new “simplified” protection products launched recently where the aim is to cut down on red tape and get

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Critical illness cover is getting better

Ageas kicked matters off in January with a number of solid improvements and they were followed by LV=, Zurich, Aviva and more recently Beagle Street. Beagle Street is an interesting