It is never easy to deal with a serious injury in the family, but without taking the right steps the financial impact can make the situation worse, writes Richard Fraser of Frenkel Topping.
Bonfire night is the worst day of the year for burglaries in the UK as people fail to be vigilant against opportunistic thieves, Aviva has revealed.
Brits are feeling more optimistic about jobs and the state of the economy despite recent talk of an impending triple-dip recession, says a new report.
New research from HSBC reveals that 31% of UK households have less than £250 set aside as a financial safety net.
Two marketers acting on behalf of claims management companies have been fined £250,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office, in the first case of its kind.
Legal & General and Buckinghamshire Building Society have launched a retirement mortgage for asset-rich over 65s, the only one of its kind in the market.
The national average asking price for homes topped May 2008 levels in April 2012, figures have shown.
Northern mortgage payers are a third more likely to suffer mortgage arrears, analysis has shown.
UK adults are putting their financial health at risk by failing to insure vital areas such as life insurance, income protection, critical illness and mortgage payment protection
More than 20 million Brits believe they could only survive for up to six months on their ‘emergency' funds while almost half have less than £1,000 available in accessible savings.
Payment protection insurance policies get widely mis-sold, but there are ways to claim your money back.
New figures reveal that some people are vulnerable to exploitation by unscrupulous claims management companies.
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