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Liza Mathers
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Beginning Term Life Insurance

Term life insurance is the cheapest form of life protection. It's getting cheaper all the time as people live longer and give insurers less risk of having to pay out. Cover is available from ..
(September 07, 2008)
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Shopping Around For Insurance

You can buy insurance direct from the provider, your bank or building society, a supermarket, or broker. You can also buy insurance from the provider of another product (such as travel insurance from .
(September 08, 2008)
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The Value of Home Insurance

Home sweet home; there are few things more valuable in life than our own personal space or the home we make for our families. Our place to live is often the most valuable commodity in our lives and ..
(September 08, 2008)
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The Truth About Life Insurance

The first principle of good financial planning is to make sure that your dependents will not be left short of money if you die or you become too ill for work. Each year about 3,000 people celebrate ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Purchasing Private Medical Insurance

If you have private medical insurance you don't have to wait months to be treated on the NHS. You pay a monthly or yearly premium in exchange for cover for the cost of private medical treatment for ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Securing Your Income

Also known as permanent health insurance, income protection pays out a monthly tax-free sum if you suffer loss of earnings because you are injured or too ill to work. You pay a monthly premium in ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Covering Your Home and Belongings

Home Insurance is often regarded as a necessary evil. It's there for your protection, though - and one day you may be very relieved you bought it! Home Insurance is a bit like a visit to the dentist ..
(September 09, 2008)
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Covering Yourself With Insurance

Although we assume it will never happen to us, accidents will happen and illness can strike. Ensuring that you're adequately insured for the unknown makes it easier to deal with the events life may ..
(September 09, 2008)
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What Really is Contents Insurance?

A contents insurance policy covers everything you would take with you if you moved home. That usually includes furniture, household goods, food and drink, televisions, videos, computers, stereo ..
(September 12, 2008)
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Critical Illness Insurance Considerations

It is a chilling thought that 95% of adults in the UK have no financial protection to help them cope were they to suffer a serious illness. But having to take time off to recover can wreak havoc on ..
(September 13, 2008)
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Comparing Life & Health Insurance Quotes

None of us knows how much time we have left on this planet. The good news is that your chances of living longer have never been better. Most people nowadays are likely to live to around 75 to 80 ..
(September 13, 2008)
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A Few Points Relating to Pension Planning

Taking an occupational pension scheme is a good idea if one is offered, as you will receive additional contributions from you employer. But if your company only offer a stakeholder pension, with no ..
(September 13, 2008)
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So What is "Ethical Investing" About?

How do you feel about investing in tobacco, pornography or animal testing? Do you want your hard-earned cash to fund repressive regimes, support exploitation of labour in developing countries or ..
(September 13, 2008)
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What is the Right Mortgage For Me?

In the UK we are a nation of property owners. The old cliché an “English man (or women's) home is their castle" and this has never been as relevant as in the present. Yet for many the only ..
(September 13, 2008)
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Pensions - Setting the Scene

What is the most valuable thing that you will ever own? Your house? A plot of land? Perhaps a particularly fine classic car? Maybe you are one of the lucky few who have a family heirloom such as a ..
(September 02, 2008)
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Pension Planning & The Changing Work Life

Social commentator hark back to a supposed golden age when everyone had a job for life. That is wishful thinking. There was never such a time. Companies have always gone bust. People have always lost .
(September 08, 2008)
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What Kind of Personal Finance Advisers Are There?

Personal Finance Advisers come in different varieties. There are three types at the moment, with the prospect of a fourth on the horizon. The main categories of financial advice are: Direct Sales ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Credit Cards Basics - Understanding the Credit Card Process

A credit card can be used instead of cash to purchase goods or services. It is more convenient than cash because you don't have to go to an ATM to withdraw money every time you need to buy something ..
(September 08, 2008)
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The Right Current Account For You

A current account is the most common type of financial product: Most people have one. If you're like the majority of account owners, you didn't give much thought to what you want from a current ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Tackling Your Overdraft and Credit

Even the best-laid plans can go awry, and even the most careful budget-follower can overspend on occasion. One of the easiest ways of spending more cash than you have is to go overdrawn on your ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Switching Your Current Account

More and more people are now switching banks because of new players in the market. Switching current accounts is not difficult although it can prove more laborious than you may imagine. Your best ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Seeking Help - Financial Advisers

Financial advice has a mixed reputation. There are some very skilled and talented advisers, who have undoubtedly helped their clients to a far more prosperous future. Equally, there have been and ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Perks of Clearing Your Balance Every Month

If you clear the balance on your credit card every month, the rate of interest is irrelevant. Instead, look for cards that offer incentives which match your spending habits. Make sure you choose a ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Paying For Personal Finance Advice

During your first consultation, a potential adviser should give you clear information about what services you're being offered and give you an indication of what you will have to pay for it. This ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Handling Store Cards Smartly

Plastic is a convenient form of spending, but when it comes to store cards it can be extremely expensive. A store card is a credit card branded with the name of the store that issues it and is useful .
(September 08, 2008)
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